immigrantion laws, citizenship, America
Americans, both the native born and the immigrants, are proud of their country. It is their firm belief that there isn’t a country in the world where the working class is so well off and has such a good lifestyle as over here, that America has far less illness and fewer cripples than most other countries, that America, morally, is far above any other country, and that no other country can show the same degree of freedom, equality, and brotherhood than the United States of America.
Eberlin, C. V.
"Regulations concerning Immigration and Citizenship,"
The Bridge: Vol. 35
, Article 26.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/thebridge/vol35/iss1/26