A Majority Isn't Eager To Pull Up the Plank
- Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration. // International Organization;Spring58, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p264
The sixth session of the Council of the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration was held in Geneva, Switzerland, on April 8-12, 1957. The council considered reports describing the work of the Committee from January 1956 to February 1957. The reports pointed out the decline in overseas...
- AND JUST IN PASSING�. Huntley, Dana // British Heritage;May2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p11
The article reports that almost one in 10 of the British population now lives permanently abroad. In 2006, some 2,000 people emigrated from Great Britain every week. The top destination, by far, is Australia, where some 1.3 million people claim British citizenship. There are now roughly 678,000...
- Anti-immigration fervor casts city out. MacBride, Elisabeth // Crain's New York Business;1/7/2008, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p17
The article provides information regarding the immigration in New York City. The author infers that as anti-immigrant rhetoric continues in the presidential race and Washington gears up for another year of fighting on the issue, many New Yorkers are starting to realize how out of step they are...
- Migration Order of the day!! Kakolu, Murali S. // Siliconindia;Jun2011, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p38
The article highlights the fact that migration has become norm of life in the recent world, bringing in new opportunities for the people of different countries. It mentions that people immigrate in search of an opportunity and for a better quality of life. It states that the political leaders...
- PLEA FOR LIVING SPACE A BLIND. Froehlich, Walter // America;8/7/1943, Vol. 69 Issue 18, p484
The article discusses the relationship of resources and population pressures on postwar German immigration in the U.S. According to the author, the emigration initiative, which aims to achieve an international peaceful relations as well as optimize economic opportunities, is stimulated by...
- Open carefully. BYRNE, LIAM // Prospect;Oct2008, Issue 151, p20
The article discusses immigration to England. The author states the the country could possibly soon become more protectionist and begin offering less foreign aid and less access for immigrants. The reasons for this trend are examined, focusing on a desire for only those immigrants who are likely...
- Should Quota Law Be Applied to Mexico? Pro. Dowell, Edward H. // Congressional Digest;May28, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p158
Focuses on whether immigration quota law of the United States should be applied to Mexico. Attitude of wage earners in California to the subject of immigration; Unrestricted influx of people from Mexico.
- Should Quota Law Be Applied to Mexico? Pro. De C. Ward, Henry // Congressional Digest;May28, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p163
Focuses on whether immigration quota law of the United States should be applied to Mexico. Threat of immigration influx from Mexico; Social problems from Mexicans.
- Should Quota Law Be Applied to Mexico? Pro. McKemy, Charles // Congressional Digest;May28, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p177
Focuses on whether immigration quota law of the United States should be applied to Mexico. Consequence of the large number of Mexicans; Mexican labor and American labor; American doctrine of citizenship.