FOR JEWISH IMMIGRANTS
New York Times
January 4, 1920
To combat the
influences put forth by radical associations the Immigrant Publication
Society has issued several pamphlets and leaflets in the native languages
of those it is intended to benefit, dealing with the advantages derived
from citizenship and the duties devolving upon those on whom it conferred.
In this guide a résumé is given of the early history of the United Stales
and the manner in which Independence was obtained. Immigrants are told of
the freedom they enjoy in America, where all that is asked of them is
obedience to humane laws. There are also many hints on naturalization and
the means of obtaining it and a condensed compendium of laws affecting
conduct in public, marriage, divorce, desertion, lotteries, &c. The guide
is admirably adapted for the purposes intended.