Meat Vs. Rice: American Manhhod Against Asiatic Coolieism, which Shall Survive?
American Federation of Labor and printed as Senate document 137 (1902); reprinted with intro. and appendices by Asiatic Exclusion League, 1908 - Chinese - 34 pages
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