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" ... treated on precisely the same footing that we treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed not so as to put these people in the excepted classes, but to state that we will admit all... "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the National Board of Trade - Page 142
by National Board of Trade (U.S.) - 1906
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First Annual Report of the Secretary, 1903

United States. Dept. of Commerce and Labor - United States - 1903
...treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in any relaxation of the law...
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Presidential Addresses and State Papers of Theodore Roosevelt ..., Volume 4

Theodore Roosevelt - United States - 1905
...treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in any relaxation of the law...
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The Chinese Recorder, Volume 37

Missions - 1906
...treat students, business men, travellers and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers." Congress should know that this is the sentiment of the overwhelming majority of fair-minded people....
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1906
...treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...except Chinese of the coolie class, Chinese skilled or iinskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in any...
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Biennial Report

West Virginia. Dept. of Labor - Labor and laboring classes - 1906
...nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted class, but to state that we will admit all Chinese, except...of the coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled or unskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 11

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - Presidents - 1907
...treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in any relaxation of the law...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1908: 1789 ...

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1908
...treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in any relaxation of the law...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volume 34

Electronic journals - 1909
...treat students, business men, travelers and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. . . . There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in the relaxation of...
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Reports of the Department of Commerce and Labor

United States. Dept. of Commerce and Labor - Labor - 1909
...treat students, business men, travelers, and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result In any relaxation of the law...
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Chinese and Japanese in America, Volume 34, Issue 2

Chinese - 1909 - 218 pages
...treat students, business men, travelers and the like of other nations. Our laws and treaties should be framed, not so as to put these people in the excepted...coolie class, Chinese skilled or unskilled laborers. . . . There would not be the least danger that any such provision would result in the relaxation of...
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