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The Immigration Debate: Remaking America

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*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 reade
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Paperback, 272 pages
Published February 23rd 1996 by Kumarian Press (first published 1996)
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Apr 01, 2011 rated it liked it
Contemporary text with one historical chapter. Defends immigration. Daniels’ supporter about the positive impact of immigrants, BUT oddly, he argues that continued immigration might create economic difficulties in the years ahead for the US. He also argues that if it continues, it will make many new social opportunities for the immigrants and the hosts.

US has had more immigrants than all other nations of the world combined. In the 1920s, the golden door was closed almost completely and ever sinc
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