Immigration and conquest : a study of the United States as the receiver of old world emigrants who become the parents of future-born Americans, a research on the essential long-time parallel between conquest following successful military invasion and enforced settlement on the one hand and legalized peaceful immigration settlement on the other; and an investigation into those forces by which a sovereign nation can, to its own benefit, control immigrant-additions to its own number, geographic distribution, race-descent and inborn quality

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Main Author: Laughlin, Harry Hamilton, 1880-1939.
Corporate Author: New York Chamber of Commerce Special Committee on Immigration and Naturalization
Contributors: Trevor, John B. 1878-1956.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : The Committee, 1939.
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