Li-Shin Yu

Co-Director of the PBS American Experience special “The Chinese Exclusion Act”

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As the Statue of Liberty was being assembled from parts sent from France in the late 19th Century, the U.S. government passed a law that targeted the Chinese.

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As the Statue of Liberty was being assembled from parts sent from France in the late 19th Century, the U.S. government passed a law that targeted the Chinese.

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