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Episode dated 14 January 1955 (14 Jan. 1955)

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Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett, CBS News correspondents, interview Congressman Emanuel Cellar, a Democrat from New York. Topics include the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, the ... See full summary »

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Winston Burdett ...
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Emanuel Celler ...
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Larry LeSueur ...
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Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett, CBS News correspondents, interview Congressman Emanuel Cellar, a Democrat from New York. Topics include the McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, the Eisenhower Administration's handling of the Ladejinsky Case, immigration law, tariff policy and mergers of major corporations. Written by David Bassler

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