Shall the Chinese Exclusion Act be repealed ?
- B.A. Garside and Burges Brown.
- New York : Citizen's Committee to Repeal Chinese Exclusion, 1943.
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- 10 p.
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- Garside, B.A.
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- Transcript of a radio dialogue in which Garside, affiliated with the United China Relief, advocates repeal, while Johnson argues that racial incompatibility requires a continuing ban on Chinese immigration. Garside notes that Japanese propaganda in occupied China constantly emphasizes Americans' sense of racial superiority over the Chinese as a way of stoking pro-Axis, anti-US feeling. He argues that there is no way to rebut such claims as long as the Exclusion Act remains in place. One page contains excerpts of relevant Japanese propaganda broadcasts. [Descriptive information provided by dealer / JAD20120830]