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        Foreign Registration | U.S. Immigration | 1840's to present | U.S. History

        Immigrants crowd Brooklyn post office at the start of the four months they are allowed to register. They are asked to fill in forms and have their fingerprints taken in a US effort to keep out fifth columnists, such as communist sympathisers. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

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