The Immigration Law is a universal target for abuse on account of the hardships which, in particular cases, it imposes upon immigrants. As a law, it probably produces little more hardships and injustice than most other laws, but because its inflictions have the merit of comparative novelty, they make good material for newspaper publicity. There are few better examples of the kind of stories which the law produces than this, an account of an incident which culminated last week at Ellis Island: A man of German birth, resident of the U. S....

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