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Migration Quicksand
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Migration Quicksand: Immigration Law and Immigration Advocates at the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez Border Crossing, 1933-1941.

by Marjorie Sanchez-Walker

1999

pages 239, 330

Washington State University

"A year later Steinman again came to the attention of the National Catholic Welfare Conference..."

"...Liogo of plotting the Lindbergh kidnaping "in revenge of Ambassador Morrow [for] not bringing about an end to the persecutions."

"For three days, Excelsior gave extensive front page coverage to the "revelation that the Lindbergh baby was kidnaped by Mexicans in connection with efforts to stop the persecution."

"Excelsior cited Col. Carlos W. Steinman as their source who had been in the Mexican army, the cristero army, lived in the United States for a time, and was currently the head of an oil company in Mexico."

"According to Steinman, the kidnapping was to be an effort to pressure U.S. intervention to end the persecutions and the plan was conceived by members of the Autonomous Secret
Religious Union. Steinman's silence until 1936 was predicated on trying to protect Hauptmann, but because his execution appeared [eminent], he decided to tell the "true story."

"The third article in Excelsior claimed the principals involved in the plot included "one Mexican and one Mexican Texan. Somehow this duo met Steinman in Phoenix, Arizona divulging their involvement in the crime."

"At the time Steinman wrote Oklahoma Governor Murray who had guaranteed anonymity to anyone with information of the crime. The Governor did not respond but two men driving a green car in Phoenix were arrested and held for a time in connection with the crime. They were released "on orders of Colonel [Schwartzkopf]."

6. The conflict was definitely isolated to particular regions. Anne, the daughter of U.S. Ambassador Dwight Morrow, trained from Smith College to Mexico City without benefit of special. During their courtship Anne Morrow and Charles Lindbergh often dispensed with security protocol to avoid public attention on their sight seeing excursions in Mexico City and Cuernavaca. Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Bring Me a Unicorn: Diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1922-1928 (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1972). 130. 135.

Migration Quicksand: Immigration Law and Immigration Advocates at the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez Border Crossing, 1933-1941.

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