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Evil-doer, Why Do You Beat Your Brother?
April 25, 1924
Captioned “An old Egyptian street scene replayed in Congress in Washington,” a woman labeled “Americanism” holds Congressman Rosenblum back from beating a Jewish immigrant with a club marked “Complete cessation of immigration.” The image references Republican Representative Benjamin Rosenbloom of West Virginia, who was virulently anti-immigrant, in spite of the fact that his own parents had emigrated to the United States from Russia.
Der groyser kundes
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Zuni Maud and Der groyser kundes, “Evil-doer, Why Do You Beat Your Brother?,” YIVO Online Exhibitions, accessed August 16, 2022, https://immigrationusa.yivo.org/items/show/6368.