Anarchist Exclusion Act

L' Anarchist Exclusion Act (en français, « Loi sur l'exclusion des anarchistes ») désigne deux lois adoptées par le Congrès des États-Unis et destinées à interdire l'entrée du territoire américain aux migrants suspectés d'opinion anarchiste.


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