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In 1878 the California Senate wrote a report on Chinese immigration called the evils of Chinese immigration The senate was pushed by the white workers in California to do something about Chinese immigration The white workers claimed that the Chinese immigrants were taking all of their work So in turn the senate wrote this report to convince people of the evils of the Chinese The senate wrote about all the evils of the Chinese Such as how the do not comprehend our system of government or amend to our laws The Chinese value the sanctity of an oath and use bribery and intimidation to be freed of all judicial action The Chinese do not have the morals of the American people The Chinese women are lewd and entice boy and young men with their cheap offers into their homes Many of the women have Venereal diseases which are then contracted by the poor men How the Chinese live is also deplorable according to the Senate They all swarm together in one area whether it is city or village until they take the area over creating a perfect hive They are fifthly beyond cleansing you should just destroy the home before even trying to clean it And in almost every home there is a room dedicated to opium smoking which our women and boys are lead into and develop the deadly habit Although the senate does admit that the Chinese were help in the past They helped to build our rail roads helped in mining gardening and were domestic servants They were also were inexpensive and easy to manage in large numbers The Chinese could be paid little and live off of it because all they required was rice dried fish tea and a few vegetables The Chinese could be employed in large masses and treated like mindless slave which was hurting our laborers American laborers could not live or work like that Our laborers
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