Summary of Mae M. Ngai's Impossible Subjects
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#1 The Johnson-Reed Immigration Act of 1924 marked the beginning of restriction in American immigration policy. It placed numerical limits on immigration and established a quota system that classified the world's population according to nationality and race, ranking them in a hierarchy of desirability for admission into the United States.

#2 Until the 1920s, immigration into the United States was unrestricted, reflecting a tradition of laissez-faire labor mobility that dated to the colonial period. Chinese exclusion was the major exception to this rule.

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