Immigration: How to Avoid Its Perils and Make It Work

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Immigration: How to Avoid Its Perils and Make It Work - Thatcher, Bruce D
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From 1789 to 1965, most Americans were generally satisfied with United States' immigration policy. But that changed in 1965 when Congress and the President, against the will of the people, began re-writing the immigration laws. America is still living with the cascading consequences because, as Meyer Burstein observed more than 20 years ago, immigration mistakes are big mistakes. They don't go away. They only get bigger. IMMIGRATION: How to Avoid its Perils and Make it Work is not about building better fences. It's about ...

Immigration: How to Avoid Its Perils and Make It Work 2012, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN-13: 9781478379058

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