IMMIGRATION: A Case of Togetherness

In San Francisco's teeming Chinatown (pop. about 30,000), the man most hated last week was one Huey Bing Dai. The wrinkled man of 80 had not shown his solemn face in the streets for weeks, for thanks to his help the Justice Department had cracked one of the biggest cases of illegal immigration in its history. After a seven-month investigation federal authorities reported that Huey Bing Dai's clan had secretly and illegally moved most of the male inhabitants of an entire Chinese village to the U.S. over a period of 50-odd years. Like untold thousands of other Chinese in...

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