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Immigration Act of 1924 (Coolidge signs)

On May 24, Coolidge signed the Immigration Act of 1924 (also referred to as the Johnson-Reed Act), which implemented a national quota system that limited the number of immigrants allowed into the US, and it excluded immigrants from Asia. Timeline: 1924 - Coolidge signs Johnson-Reed Act Prevents immigration from Asia and establishes a quotas system 1952 - Truman vetoes McCarran-Walter Act (veto overridden by Congress) Eliminates Asian exclusion and establishes a preference system for desirable ethnic groups 1965 - Johnson signs Hart-Celler Act Eliminates policy of limiting immigration based on national origin Note: See for a description of immigration laws before 1924 Resources: Johnson-Reed Act: McCarran-Walter Act: Hart-Celler Act: Coolidge’s Comments regarding Immigration: Truman’s Veto Comments: Johnson’s INA Signing Comments: Images:
Tuesday, May 24, 2022
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