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English: Editorial cartoon showing a Chinese man being excluded from entry to the "Golden Gate of Liberty". The sign next to the iron door reads, "Notice—Communist, Nihilist, Socialist, Fenian & Hoodlum welcome. But no admittance to Chinamen." At the bottom, the caption reads, "THE ONLY ONE BARRED OUT. Enlightened American Statesman—'We must draw the line somewhere, you know.'"
Date 1882
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Author Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 54 (1882 April 1), p. 96.


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