Laws Harsh as Tigers: Chinese Immigrants and the Shaping of Modern Immigration Law

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INDEX
Abercrombie, John W., 236, 237
Act of Aug. 18, 1894: construed in Sing Tuck,108-9; finality of inspectors' decisions, 97-98, 110, 112-14; requires exhaustion of remedies, 110
Adamic, Louis, 153
Administrative agencies : as distinct from courts, 180, 182, 183, 184, 186, 194; Progressives' faith in, 180
Administrative law : administrative finality in, 27, 29-30; as alien, 245- 46; post-New Deal, 246-47, 250; questions of law vs. fact, 29-30, 195-96; rights-privilege distinction in, 31, 182, 249. See also Finality, administrative; Immigration law; Judicial review
Administrative Procedures Act, 246, 247
Administrative process : judicialization of, 247; and separation of powers, 29, 245; supplants judicial process, 246
Admissions procedures, 145-49; attorneys excluded under, 147, 222-23; board of special inquiry in, 147-48, 223; women and children under, 147
Aid to Families with Dependent Children, 250
Alien and Sedition Acts ( 1798), 3
Alien Contract Labor Law, 24
Alien Land Laws, 128
Aliens : possess privileges, not rights, 51, 53, 54, 170, 182-83, 194, 205-6, 215, 248; resident, status of, 48-49, 51, 53-54, 132, 249-50; rights of, compared to citizens', xviii, 48, 51-52, 114, 171, 207, 209, 215, 240- 41, 249-50
American Asiatic Association, 105
American Bar Association, Committee on International Law, 55
American Federation of Labor, 102, 103, 105, 122
Americanization : of administrative process, 246; as Progressive strategy, 130; as test for admission, 151, 210
American Jewish Committee, 158
American Legion, 133
Anarchists : definition of, 141, 142-43; exclusion of, 131, 140
Anderson, George W., 238, 241
Angel Island, 59, 60, 167, 200; workload at, 144-45
Anti-Chinese Law and Labor League, 55
Anti-Chinese movement: arguments of, 10-11; in California, 5, 8, 9; federal judges' support of, 33-34, 72; labor's support of, 9, 12; in 1902 exclusion campaign, 102-3; opposition to, 8, 13. See also Chinese exclusion; Nativism
Anti-immigrant movement. See Nativism
Anti-radicalism: in immigration policy, 131-40; during Red Scare, 133-34, 233-38, 239
Arthur, Chester A., 15
Ashton, J. Hubley, 47, 49, 87
Asian Indians: exclusion of, 199, 200- 201, 298 (n. 111); immigration of, 125-26; litigation by, 200-202, 206; naturalization denied to, 208
Asiatic Barred Zone, 133
Asiatic Exclusion League, 127, 199, 200
Assimilation: faith in, 3, 130; lack of faith in, 11, 15-16, 132, 251

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