The JFK Express

Jordan, Alexander T.
April 1981
National Review;4/17/1981, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p420
The article reflects on the unemployment and poverty issues in New York City. It describes the plight of illegal foreign workers in the city. It discusses the economic implications of employment among the unemployed and disadvantaged Americans. It points out the key difference between illegal foreign workers and the native American poor.


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