Non-White immigration was banned throughout the Anglosphere before the Second World War [Replacement Migration, laws, etc.]

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1. Immigration Restriction
2. Open Borders
3. Civil Rights
4. Hate Speech
5. Replacement Migration
6. Summary

1. Immigration Restriction

Before the Second World War, every Anglosphere country had implemented numerous laws outright banning or severely restricting non-White (or non-Anglo) immigration and naturalization. In most Anglosphere countries, this was a direct response to non-White immigration that began during the 1800s. This article focuses on laws passed during the 20th Century but it should be noted that they were preceded by laws of a similar nature.

The American Immigration Act of 1924 explicitly banned non-White immigration and naturalization, as did all previous naturalization acts. It also severely restricted the immigration of Eastern and Southern Europeans and Jews, who were regarded as incompatible with or hostile to Anglo-American culture. The act limited immigration from a country to 2% of its population born within the United States. This…

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