IMMIGRATION: From Great Britain

With reports now in on the number of immigrants to this country for the first seven months of the fiscal year which began on July 1, 1922, it is possible to foresee the general trend of the entire year's immigration. Three-quarters of the countries from which immigrants come to the United States have already filled their maximum quota under the 3% law. Great Britain, Germany, Russia, Sweden, France and Austria are the principal nations which have not yet filled their annual quotas. But of these, all except Germany have filled more than...

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