1900 interracial dating laws
between 19, the law was extended to forbid marriage between Malaysians with blacks and whites.The law was finally repealed in 1967." By 1967, 16 states still had anti-miscegenation laws remaining in place.
Some examples: "also prohibited marriages between white women and black men....Early Chinese immigrant laborers were either unmarried or if married, separated from their wives and children who were still in China.One reason why wives did not accompany their husbands was that the laborers initially planned to return to China after a few years.US anti-miscegenation laws restricting marriages on the basis of race were once enforced in most states.Sometimes, they were referred to as miscegenation laws.
Subsequent investigation suggested that Loo Chang, who had married a young white woman from Waynesboro, was encouraging more Chinese to move there. Generally critical of Chinese Americans, on one occasion he commented that some had married American women, "and thus their sense of Chinese patriotism had faded."As this threatened support for his program of radical reform in China, he may have been exaggerating the intermarriage problem in order to instill a sense of urgency in his readers.