National Affairs: Davis' Report

James John Davis, Secretary of Labor (and hence executive head of im- migration activities) presented in absentia his report to the President. He proposed three major changes in our immigration laws:

1) That immigration from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America should be placed under quota restrictions such as now apply to immigration from the rest of the world. At the present time, we have placed no immigration restrictions on our colleagues of the Western Hemisphere. As a result, a flood of immigration pours in over northern and southern borders. With quotas it is hoped...

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