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Factors that probably influenced Congress to pass the immigration act of 1924
Before Congress passed the Immigration Act of 1924, there were several restrictions for immigrants who desired a better life in the United States. "Immigrants and anyone else perceived as "un-American" seemed to threaten the old ways" (Nash pg. 749). Several Acts had been passed, one of them passed in 1882 prohibited the entry of criminal, paupers and the insane, and special agreements like the one that restricted both Chinese and Japanese immigration in 1908. Another Act was passed in 1917 over President Wilson's veto, for the first time in history an act that required a literacy test…
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