Dickstein Requests Americans Support Anti-hitler Inquiry
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Dickstein Requests Americans Support Anti-hitler Inquiry

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An appeal that Americans support the investigation sponsored by Representative Samuel Dickstein, chairman of the House Committee on Immigration, is voiced in a statement issued yesterday by Mr. Dickstein.

Reassuring Americans that they “need not fear threats by Nazi propagandists or Nazi hoodlums”, Mr. Dickstein declares that although the investigation is slow in getting under way, the committee is speedily gathering material and evidence which amounts to an indictment of the well-organized propaganda campaign being carried on here.

“The Department of State is in accord with the Congressional Committee on Immigration,” said Mr. Dickstein, “that aliens who come here as visitors must stay as visitors without attempting to spread propaganda literature or conduct themselves in such a manner as would be disrespectful to our government.

“This is exactly what aliens of German birth have been doing, and that applies not only to aliens who

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