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Bombers, COEXISTence and Immigration Reform

It is hard to imagine that the incident in Boston will not have an effect on the immigration reform debate in America.  All speculations about who the bombers could be, Caucasian, Muslim jihadist, American citizen, foreign born, all seem to be true; all of these possibilities assimilate in the . . . . Continue Reading »

Principled Immigration

Not for the first time, the world finds itself in an age of great movements of peoples. And once again, the United States is confronted with the challenge of absorbing large numbers of newcomers. There are approximately 200 million migrants and refugees worldwide, triple the number estimated by the . . . . Continue Reading »

Immigration and the Common Culture

Mexifornia: A Study of Becomingby Victor Davis HansonEncounter, 150pp. $21.95 In his latest work, Mexifornia: A State of Becoming, Victor Davis Hanson offers a report from immigration’s front lines. An unusual but appealing mix of argument and autobiography, Mexifornia provides a . . . . Continue Reading »

The Case for Immigration

Immigration and Immigrants:Setting the Record Straightby michael fix and jeffrey s. passel urban institute, 104 pages, $10 paperPostwar Immigrant America: A Social Historyby reed ueda bedford/st. martin's press, 182 pages, $10 paperWhen Gov. Lawton Chiles of Florida announced his plans earlier this . . . . Continue Reading »

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