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James Schwarzenbach (August 5, 1911 – October 27, 1994) was a Swiss politician and publicist. In the 1970s he was head of the National Action and served in the National Council, representing the Canton of Zürich. Schwarzenbach is chiefly known for his initiative on Überfremdung ("excess of foreigners") that was put to the vote in June 1970. The referendum had a record turnout (75%), with 45% of the votes supporting Schwarzenbach's proposal.