This is not the first time the US has dealt with an illegal immigration problem. Only last time it was dealt with in a decidedly swifter and sterner manner.
In 1955, thousands of disoriented illegals roamed the city’s streets
These Mexican immigrants had been caught in the snare of Operation Wetback, the biggest mass deportation of undocumented workers in United States history. As many as 1.3 million people may have been swept up in the Eisenhower-era campaign, which was designed to root out undocumented Mexicans from American society.
There was not much in the way of sympathy for those who had crossed into the country illegally.
The operation used military-style tactics to remove Mexican immigrants.
In June of 1954, Eisenhower appointed retired General Joseph “Jumpin’ Joe” Swing to head “Operation Wetback,” which sent local and
Within one month 50,000 illegals had been captured and deported, while nearly half a million more fled the country to avoid arrest. By September 80,000 more illegals had been removed from the state of
These illegals weren’t just dropped at the border; Swing arranged
With the help of the Mexican government, which sought the return of Mexican nationals to alleviate a labor shortage, Border Patrol
In 1953, Carter tried to get the National Guard involved in a
‘Ike’ took quick and decisive action. He used 1,075 Border Patrol Agents to seal the border. In doing so,
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