Sunday, June 18, 2017
The case of "an accordion-playing cafe owner in Hot Springs" in the 1930s whose pending deportation for suspected Communist ties would ultimately reach the U.S. Supreme Court "resonated importantly in a critical period in American history" and still has connections to immigration issues today, a history professor says.
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