One thing is certain, there is nothing to view with alarm in the immigration statistics for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1926, announced last week by Secretary of Labor James J. Davis. Since the passage of the Immigration Quota Law of 1924, which assigned a definite quota to the countries in Europe, Asia and Africa, it makes little difference in the alien population of the U. S. whether or not there is a bad potato crop in Ireland or a revolution in Hungary. Immigration has become a standpat, almost mechanical...

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