Part 1 of Mark Shmueli’s Two-Part Series on Immigration Reform

In discussing the social conditions surrounding the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1881, the 1924 quota law,  the McCarren-Walter Act of 1952, the 1950 Internal Security Act, and the 1965 immigration act, Mark provides a historical context for immigration reforms of the past 150 years and puts today’s immigration reform movement in perspective.

Click on the link below to read Mark’s article.

Cite as: Mark Shmueli, Wrecking the Republic?  Immigration Reform From a Historical Perspective, Maryland Bar Bulletin (Aug. 2013), available at

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