In the 1964 State of the Union, President Lyndon B. Johnson said, “A nation that was built by the immigrants of all lands can ask those who now seek admission, ‘What can you do for our country?’ But we should not be asking, ‘In what country were you born?’ “

In the 1964 State of the Union, President Lyndon B. Johnson said, “A nation that was built by the immigrants of all lands can ask those who now seek admission, ‘What can you do for our country?’ But we should not be asking, ‘In what country were you born?’ “