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Congress May Not Act on Admission of 240,000 Immigrants

President Eisenhower’s request for the emergency admission of 240,000 Europeans within the next two years may not be granted by Congress this session, nor is any revision of the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act expected, informed sources said today. A coalition of conservative Republicans and Southern Democrats was blamed by these sources for blocking any liberalization of immigration policy.

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