Salon, “A radical new approach to the immigration “problem”: Beyond left and right, Trumpism and neoliberalism”

FILE - In this Tuesday, May 16, 2017, file photo, protesters rally outside a federal courthouse in Detroit. Protesters rallied in hopes public outcry will again delay the deportation of Jose Luis Sanchez-Ronquillo from the United States to Mexico. U.S. immigration arrests increased nearly 40 percent in early 2017 as newly emboldened agents under President Donald Trump detained more than 40,000 people suspected of being in the country illegally, with a renewed focus on immigrants without criminal convictions. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

It was in this period that the racial exclusion started going hand in hand with all sorts of exclusions that had not been on the books before, such as prostitutes, subversives — added after the anarchist Leon Czolgosz (who was actually born in Michigan) assassinated President William McKinley, and persecuted especially during and after World War I — and above all persons deemed LPC. American citizens who were female could not sponsor male non-citizens, though the same didn’t apply in reverse.

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