Food and Shortages

February 1977
New Republic;2/26/77, Vol. 176 Issue 9, p2
Presents information on the impact of legal and illegal immigration from Mexico to the U.S. Percentage of immigrants in the U.S. population growth; Effect of immigration on employment in the U.S.; Discussion of unlawful activities of illegal immigrants; View that the U.S. has an exclusionary immigration policy; Suggestion that the government needs some agency to peer into the future and locate crises before they happen; Report that there may be short-run shocks but there is no serious long-run problem of resource availability, provided that new energy sources are developed and technological advances continue.


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