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  • Thank the Lord, we’re putting a limit on immigration.
  • And what’s the matter with the immigrants?
  • Darn immigrant!
  • Within two weeks no one in the League was more violent regarding the wickedness of Seneca Doane, the crimes of labor unions, the perils of immigration, and the delights of golf, morality, and bank-accounts than was George F. Babbitt.
  • Gosh, they aren’t all ignorant, and I got a hunch we’re all descended from immigrants ourselves."

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  • About 1 of each 8 people in the United States immigrated from somewhere else.
  • Today, most of the people who immigrate to the United States are from Latin America and Asia.

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