American Immigration Policy, a Reappraisal

By Carolyn Zeleny; William S. Bernard et al. | Go to book overview

Preface

This volume represents the findings of the National Committee on Immigration Policy; it does not necessarily, however, represent the views of organizations or associations with which its members are affiliated. Special acknowledgement must go to the assistant editors, Dr. Carolyn Zeleny, Research Associate of the National Committee on Immigration Policy, and Professor Henry Miller, Lecturer in Education at City College of New York, who collected the major portion of the data and prepared the manuscript; to Miss Marian Schibsby, former Associate Director of the Common Council for American Unity, who contributed special material used in Chapter XI, and to our Research Committee of distinguished scholars specializing in immigration and cognate fields, who reviewed, consulted, and advised in the final draft of this study but are not to be held responsible for it. The committee consisted of Dr. Joseph P. Chamberlain, Professor of Public Law at Columbia University; Dr. Maurice R. Davie, Chairman of the Department of Sociology at Yale University; Dr. Max Gottschalk, Foreign Affairs Consultant for the American Jewish Committee; Miss Mary E. Hurlbutt, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies at the New York School of Social Work; Dr. Alvin Johnson, President Emeritus of the New School for Social Research; Dr. Samuel Joseph, Professor of Sociology at City College of New York; Dr. Robert S. Lynd, Professor of Sociology at Columbia University; Dr. Robert I. Maclver, Lieber Professor of Political Philosophy and Sociology at Columbia University; Dr. Leland Rex Robinson, Vice-President and Assistant Treasurer of the Economists National Committee;

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