The immigration debate: remaking America
*Examines the past and current arguments both for and against immigration *Topics include: the US history of immigration, the structure of current immigration policies and laws, and the demographic impact of immigration on population growth In another breakthrough book, Isbister provides readers with the historical facts and current issues of immigration, allowing the reader to navigate this complex debate. The author analyzes the short and long-term economic, ethical, social and environmental effects of immigration in America.
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