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document Leaders in Congress to Shut off all Immigration article in The Gazette and Courier newspaper
Dec 4, 1920
Popular opinion in the United States turned decisively against immigration in the last decades of the nineteenth century.
document "Communist Impudence" article in The Gazette and Courier newspaper
Aug 25, 1927
The multiple trials, convictions and executions of Sacco and Vanzetti comprised perhaps the first great political trial of the twentieth century in the United States.
Page 1 WWII political letter to Henry L. Clarke
Nov 1, 1944
Henry Clarke, a musicologist who retired to Deerfield, Massachusetts, left a considerable correspondence with his parents from the middle of the 1930s through World War II.
Page 1 Letter to Ward and Annie Clarke about Communism
May 17, 1935
Henry Clarke's letters to his parents offer compelling testimony of a thoughtful man in the period from the Depression through World War II
document "Turners Falls Post Plans Alien, Propaganda Check" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Jun 14, 1940
Well before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the United States entry into World War II, American Citizens were being asked by the Federal Government to make preparations to defend the home front.
document "Senate Judiciary Approves Alien Restrictions" article from Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Jun 10, 1940
The Alien Registration Act that was passed by Congress on June 29, 1940 required all aliens over 14 years old to register.
document "High Court Bars Alien Deportation" article in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Feb 22, 1950
In the case of Wong Yang Sung v. McGrath, the United States Supreme Court decided, on February 20, 1950, that it was illegal for inspectors from the Immigration Service to also act as judges at deportation hearings.
document Editorial on "Sen. Joseph McCarthy" from the Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Mar 6, 1950
This editorial, reprinted from a newspaper connected to a labor union, refers to a speech made by Senator Joseph McCarthy on February 9, 1950 to the Republican Women's Club of Wheeling, West Virginia.
document "Washington Merry-Go-Round" article in Greenfield Recorder-Gazette
Mar 31, 1950
President Harry Truman felt that Senator Joseph McCarthy's accusations against employees of the State Department were undermining the moral and effectiveness of the State Department.
document "Will Geer, Movie Actor, Keeps Silent on Past" article from the Greenfield Recorder-Gazette newspaper
Apr 11, 1951
Will Geer, who most people today remember for his role as Grandpa Walton on the long-running television show, was black-listed by Hollywood after speaking before the House Un-American Activities Committee in the 1950s.


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