I'm puzzled by the statement (preceding a quotation) in the "An Old Issue---Immigration" column, that "Here is what President Theodore Roosevelt had to say back in 1967", because:
1. In 1967 Teddy Roosevelt had already been dead for 48 years (since 1919).
2. In 1967 our President was Lyndon Johnson.
3. Mr. McMillan could not have meant 1867, because Teddy was then only 9 years old.
4. So I'm guessing that the correct year was 1907, while TR actually was President.
(Editor's note: This was a typo in Mr. McMillan's column. Mr. Siegelman is correct, the date should have read 1907.)