Jeremiah JenksJeremiah Whipple Jenks (1856–1929) was an American economist, educator, and Professor at Cornell University, who held various posts in the US government throughout his career. He served as a member of the Dillingham Immigration Commission from 1907 - 1914, where he led research projects on the current state of immigration into the United States. He is also the author of several influential books, including ''The Immigration Problem: A Study of Immigration Conditions and Need'' and ''The Dictionary of Races.'' He was among the first social science academics within government, and one of the first to propose that the federal government has the power to restrict immigration. Provided by Wikipedia
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