Serene Silence

The passage of the Johnson Immigration Bill by the U. S. House of Representatives and Senate, whereby Italian immigration into the U. S. will be whittled down from 42,000 to about 4,000 caused hardly a ripple upon Italo-American diplomatic waters.

In Italy the press fulminated. The Giornale d' Italia said: "We perfectly understand the motives which have prompted the measures passed by the American Congress, but we think that American public opinion would be well advised to take into consideration also another aspect of problem. Hundreds of...

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