The New Yorker, “What Happens to the Deported”

After an anarchist placed a bomb at the front door of Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer’s home, in Washington, D.C., the hysteria escalated and Palmer ordered the surveillance of supposed radical communities with ties to anarchist groups and the Communist Party, many of which were Russian immigrant organizations and associations.

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