Thanks to political correctness, U.S. immigration policy approaches the loophole-ridden situation that had developed during the early Cold War when a Senate Judiciary subcommittee reported the admission of foreign criminals. Congress fixed mis in the 1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, which barred entry to aliens whose activities were prejudicial to public safety and the public interest, people who belonged to subversive groups or advocated subversion, or who were likely to engage in subversive activities.
Keeping America Safe from Foreign-Born Insurgents James R Edwards Jr Human Events; May 24, 2010; 66, 19; Docstoc pg. 23 Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without permission.
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