American Immigration After 1996

American Immigration After 1996

Few topics generate as much heated public debate in the United States today as immigration across our southern border. Two positions have been staked out, one favoring the expansion of guest-worker programs and focusing on the economic benefits of immigration, and the other proposing greater physical and other barriers to entry and focusing more on the perceived threat to national security from immigration. Both sides of this debate, however, rely in their arguments… (more)

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Publisher: Penn State University Press (August 09, 2011)

Page count: 192 pages

Language: English


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