Convention of U.S. Chamber of Commerce Urges Liberal Immigration
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Convention of U.S. Chamber of Commerce Urges Liberal Immigration

The United States Chamber of Commerce, which has been in convention here, at its closing session yesterday unanimously adopted a resolution favoring the passing of an immigration bill on the basis of the 1910 census, for the next five years; and in the meantime urging the study of the immigration problem with a view to a flexible quota,” in order that immigration may more nearly accord with our own condition.”

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