From late 1921 until 1965, US immigration restrictions meant Anglo Australians who were used to crossing borders with ease were instead detained and expelled like hardened criminals
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Australians complained of being ‘treated like so many dogs’ when they were detained on New York’s Ellis Island as part of immigration restrictions based on national quotas. Photograph: Zuma/Rex/Shutterstock US immigration US once locked up white Australian
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