Public Program, Online Event, Author Talk Threat of Dissent: A History of Ideological Exclusion and Deportation in the United States Register registration required at no cost 24 February 2021.Wednesday, 5:30PM - 6:30PM This is an online program Julia Rose Kraut Image entitled /2012/juniper/assets/section37/Winter_2021/service-pnp-det-4a20000-4a28000-4a28600-4a28681v.jpg

Beginning with the Alien Friends Act of 1798, the United States passed laws in the name of national Image entitled /2012/juniper/assets/section37/Winter_2021/9780674976061_p0_v1_s1200x630.jpgsecurity to bar or expel foreigners based on their beliefs and associations—although these laws sometimes conflict with First Amendment protections of freedom of speech and association or contradict America’s self-image as a nation of immigrants. The government has continually used ideological exclusions and deportations of noncitizens to suppress dissent and radicalism throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, from the War on Anarchy to the Cold War to the War on Terror. In Threat of Dissent, Julia Rose Kraut provides a comprehensive overview of the intersection of immigration law and the First Amendment.

 

 

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