Foreign News: Emigration

If the Johnson bill now before the U. S. Congress becomes a law, Italian emigration into the U. S. will be reduced to 19.6% of the present allowance, about 42,000 emigrants.

In a communication of protest to the U. S., the Italian Government said: "It is sincerely hoped that the Government of the United States will use every effort in suggesting to Congress a way of not reducing to a devisory figure the immigration of the people that have contributed so much to the productivity and prosperity of the United States, and that a...

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