By Peter Brimelow
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72 “America ‹rst” punctuated speeches against taking others’ interests into account—even as a prudential measure—and proclaimed American independence, political maturity, and power. “I think, Mr. President, it is more important that this country should be relieved from having an onrush of immigration than it is for us to be so very careful in regard to whether or not we will offend other nations upon this question. . ”73 Refusing to hear others signaled power, the ability to exercise sovereign prerogatives.
54 Consequences of the failure to protect were no clearer than was the threat. ”55 The extent, as well as the depth, of protective policies enacted during this Republican period mark it as isolationist. The country shunned alliances, rejected the League of Nations, restricted immigration, and imposed tariff walls. Congress saw these as mutually reinforcing. Not only did the federal government have ‹nal say over immigration, in its view it had the only say: sovereignty meant authority not only complete and absolute, but indivisible and unquestioned as well.
41 John Miller of Washington elaborated this theme. The ‹rst and highest exercise of the inherent power of a sovereign state is the right of determination of citizenship. Dependent upon this national attribute is the equal sovereign right of the independent State to say under what condition and in what manner and to what extent nationals of other countries may come and remain and their civil status. These principles are basic. They are powers exercised by nations since national organizations have been known and recognized among Whether to Exclude 41 the family of mankind.