The Case Against Immigration

The Case Against Immigration, The Moral, Economic, Social, and Environmental Reasons for Reducing US Immigration Back to Traditional Levels by Roy Beck published in 1996. The author contends that immigration levels are too high and that the US needs more time to digest and assimilate recent immigrants. He cites adverse affects on employment, culture, and the environment of more people than he deems appropriate. I think that he and other immigration critics would sing a different tune if immigrants were older, wealthier, more from northern Europe, and deemed more likely to vote Republican.

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