The Deportation Cases of 1919-1920

Constantine PANUNZIO (1884 - 1964)

"The study here presented embodies the findings of an investigation into the recent [1919-1920] deportations of persons deemed to be unlawfully in the country. . . Its purpose is to call public attention to practices that are inconsistent with the American tradition of justice and fair-play." - Summary by Constantine Panunzio, from the introduction

Genre(s): Political Science, Social Science

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Introduction Sue Anderson
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Play 01 Author's Preface, What the Deportation Laws Provide Sue Anderson
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Play 02 Who the Arrested Aliens Were Sue Anderson
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Play 03 How the Arrests Were Made Sue Anderson
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Play 04 How the Aliens Were Tried Sue Anderson
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Play 05 How Many Were Connected with Proscribed Organizations Sue Anderson
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Play 06 How the Aliens Felt About Leaving America Sue Anderson
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Play 07 How the Aliens Were Treated Sue Anderson
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Play 08 How Long the Aliens Were Held in Prison Sue Anderson
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Play 09 How the Aliens' Families Were Affected Sue Anderson
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Play 10 Summary Sue Anderson
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Play 11 Deportation Laws Affecting Alien Anarchists Sue Anderson
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