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Coolidge for Strict Immigration Limit

November 12, 1923
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President Coolidge believes Congress will extend the present restrictive immigration law at the expiration of the time limit next June 30. He favors restriction and is convinced that a majority of the members of the Senate and House do.

The opposition to some provisions of the immigration law is widespread, but not strong enough to compel a revision.

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