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Immigration: Boon or Bane to the U.S.?
What are the real costs and benefits of immigration ot the United States, and what should U.S. immigration policy be in that light?
Marcia Klioze Hughes/The World & I
Everyone in America is an immigrant or the child of immigrants, however many generations removed. Even the American Indians--the so-called ...
What Should Our Immigration Policy Be?
When my great-great-grandfather, Ferdinand Sievers, emigrated to the United States in 1847, there were no limits on the number of people ...
Sisyphean Policy: Borders and Bureaucracies
Sitting on the Friendship Bridge--looking down over the Rio Grande, the river that separates Laredo from itself (Nuevo Laredo)--a bridge ...
Red Ink From Abroad: The Costs of Immigration to American Taxpayers
California Gov. Pete Wilson publicly appealed to President Clinton twice in 1993 for federal help to cope with the budget-busting costs of ...
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