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English 6.


Debate for March 8, 1898."Resolved, That the Lodge immigration bill, as it passed the Senate Jan. 17, 1898, should become law."

Affirmative.C. L. Taylor 1L, C. H. Batchelder 1L.

References: Cong. Record, Dec. 13, '97, p. 117; Jan. 17, '98, p. 737; Jan. 11, '98, p. 548; Mar. 16, '96, p. 2817. Public Opinion, Jan. 27, '98, p. 102; Report of Senate Com. on Immigration; No. Am. Rev., Vol. 165, pp. 393 and 641.

Negative.R. L. Kennedy 3L, L. E. Guillow '98.

References: President Cleveland's veto message, Cong. Record, March 2, 1897. No Am. Review, May, 1897. No. Am. Review, Vol. 134, p. 346. Atlantic Mo., Vol. 78, p. 445. Debates on bill in Cong. Record, 54th Cong. H. R. 7864, Mayo Smith, Emigration and Immigration.

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