Huddled excesses

Lind, Michael
April 1996
New Republic;4/1/96, Vol. 214 Issue 14, p6
Encourages genuine liberals to unite with populist conservatives to reform an immigration policy that benefits few U.S. citizens other than exploitative employers. Role of immigrants in the declining wages among unskilled U.S. workers; Threat posed by skilled foreign workers to skilled U.S. workers; Gains in income by middle and working classes during the era of immigration restriction; Criticism against the liberal cause of reducing legal immigration.


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