Asked by Armon Sesson on Jul 10, 2024



In "Deporting Mohammedans," William Birney outlined the negative implications of allowing Muslims to enter the country.

William Birney

William Birney was an American lawyer, Union Army general during the American Civil War, and advocate for the education and civil rights of African Americans.

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German Perez

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Explanation :
"Deporting Mohammedans" is not a known work by William Birney, and there is no record of him writing about the implications of Muslims entering the country. William Birney was an abolitionist and Union Army general, more known for his efforts in the Civil War and civil rights rather than immigration issues related to Muslims.