Download Free The Case Against Immigration PDF by Roy Howard Beck Full Book and published by Roy Beck. This book was released on 1996 with total page 362 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Beck's book redefines a flashpoint issue for America's future and for the 1996 elections, showing how current high immigration--far beyond traditional levels--benefits mainly the rich, and why immigration rates must be drastically lowered to ensure that America remains a society of opportunity for all its citizens, including recent immigrants.
Download Free The New Case Against Immigration PDF by Mark Krikorian Full Book and published by Penguin. This book was released on 2008-07-03 with total page 285 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: New research reveals why America can no longer afford mass immigration Mark Krikorian has studied the trends and concluded that America must permanently reduce immigration— both legal and illegal—or face enormous problems in the near future. His argument is based on facts, not fear. Wherever they come from, today’s immigrants are actually very similar to those who arrived a century ago. But they are coming to a very different America—one where changes in the economy, society, and government create different incentives for newcomers. Before the upheavals of the 1960s, the U.S. expected its immigrants—from Italy to India—to earn a living, learn English, and become patriotic Americans. But the rise of identity politics, political correctness, and Great Society programs means we no longer make these demands. In short, the problem isn’t them, it’s us. Even positive developments such as technological progress hinder the assimilation of immigrants. It’s easy now for newcomers to live “transnational” lives. Immigration will be in the headlines through Election Day and beyond, and this controversial book will help drive the debate.
Download Free Open Borders PDF by Teresa Hayter Full Book and published by Pluto Press (UK). This book was released on 2000 with total page 208 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A critical assessment of border controls in twentieth-century Europe that puts forward the case for their abolition.
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Download Free Let Them In PDF by Jason L. Riley Full Book and published by Penguin. This book was released on 2008-05-15 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A conservative columnist makes an eye-opening case for why immigration improves the lives of Americans and is important for the future of the country Separating fact from myth in today’s heated immigration debate, a member of The Wall Street Journal editorial board contends that foreign workers play a vital role in keeping America prosperous, that maintaining an open-border policy is consistent with free-market economic principals, and that the arguments put forward by opponents of immigration ultimately don’t hold up to scrutiny. In lucid, jargon-free prose aimed at the general-interest reader, Riley takes on the most common anti-immigrant complaints, including claims that today’s immigrants overpopulate the United States, steal jobs, depress wages, don’t assimilate, and pose an undue threat to homeland security. As the 2008 presidential election approaches with immigration reform on the front burner, Let Them In is essential reading for liberals and conservatives alike who want to bring an informed perspective to the discussion.
Download Free Unwelcome Strangers PDF by David M. Reimers Full Book and published by Columbia University Press. This book was released on 1998 with total page 228 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Is it time for America--a country founded and forged by immigrants--to shut its doors? After decades of liberal policies that welcomed ever greater numbers of immigrants, America is seeing a surge in anti-immigration sentiment. Congressional debates, polls, incidents of violence, and the growing strength of anti-immigration groups all indicate a growing nativism. In Unwelcome Strangers, David M. Reimers enters into the emotionally charged immigration debate, looking at all sides of the argument. Who are the nativists, and are any of their views legitimate? This balanced investigation traces the history of American attitudes toward immigration and offers a new perspective on the current crisis. The core of this book uncovers the heated arguments of the anti-immigration forces, from environmental groups that warn against the consequences of overpopulation, to economic concerns that immigrants take jobs away from Americans, to assimilationist fears that newcomers--especially from Latin America, and Asia--threaten American culture. Reimers questions these arguments while acknowledging that pro-immigration forces hurt their position by not considering whether the United States can actually absorb one million immigrants a year. Reimers sees potential solutions in English language instruction for newcomers, greater accountability of sponsors, and government intervention to counterbalance the negative economic impact some immigrants have on poor communities. Reimers outlines the many bureaucratic and practical challenges faced by the INS, from determining who gets political asylum to screening applicants for criminal records. Reimers charts the history of U.S. immigration policy and public reaction to newcomers, from the Puritan colonists to World War II refugees. The rise of nativism that began in the 1880s culminated with the highly restrictive immigration policies of the 1920s. Reimers shows how immigrant groups have historically been targeted--whether for ethnic, racial, or religious reasons. Quakers, Catholics, and Jews were the focus of anti-immigrant sentiment as were Germans, Irish, Italians, and Asians. This history of prejudice throws light on later developments in immigration history, such as the public response to the Cuban refugee crisis, the growing proportion of Third World immigrants, and the relationship between legal and illegal immigration, right up to the battles over California's proposition 187--which proposed to restrict public assistance for aliens and their children--and major congressional legislation passed in 1996 to deal with immigration.
Download Free How Obama Is Transforming American Through Immigration PDF by Mark Krikorian Full Book and published by Encounter Books. This book was released on 2010 with total page 47 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: President Obama and his allies have made no secret about their immigration goals: easy amnesty, loose enforcement, and ever-higher levels of legal immigration. One prominent labor leader has boasted that continued mass immigration "will solidify and expand the progressive coalition for the future." In this penetrating Broadside, Mark Krikorian lays out the details of Obama's open-borders approach to immigration and its political consequences. Krikorian, one of the leading critics of current immigration policy, examines the Administration's record of weakening enforcement and describes how legislation crafted by the president's supporters in Congress would ensure new waves of illegal immigration. Krikorian also explains how continued high levels of immigration, regardless of legal status, would progressively move the United States in the direction of more government and less liberty.
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Download Free The Politics of Immigration PDF by Jane Guskin Full Book and published by NYU Press. This book was released on 2007-04 with total page 177 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In the spring of 2006, hundreds of thousands of immigrants and supporters organized in cities across the United States to protest recent changes to immigration policy. Those protests, labeled "A Day Without an Immigrant," called on immigrants and their children to boycott their jobs and schools for a single day in an effort to both demonstrate their opposition to the harsher, more restrictive HR 4437 legislation, and to show the force of their economic power as workers and consumers.With each election, the debate surrounding immigration reform continues to grow. The fate of millions of hard-working families hangs in the balance as well-funded anti-immigration groups like the Minutemen and the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) rally public and congressional support for their closed borders campaigns.The Politics of Immigration takes a fresh, honest look at immigration policy in the United States. Its up-to-date analysis, presented in question-and-answer format, aims to dispel the myths and clarify the issues. Those who support more restrictive enforcement in the belief that immigrants are a threat to U.S. society-- taking jobs from Americans, driving down wages, straining public services, and avoiding paying taxes-- will find reasoned and compelling evidence here against such assumptions. Those who welcome today's wave of immigration will find the answers they need to respond to the cynical and arguably racist anti-immigrant forces. Those still undecided will find the solid data and clear reasoning they need to form their own opinion.Backed with a wide range of cited sources, The Politics of Immigration confronts common questions about immigration with convincingarguments and hard facts, laid out in straightforward language and an accessible format.
Download Free The Case Against Immigration Controls PDF by Ian Taylor Full Book and published by . This book was released on 1996 with total page 22 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download Free Open Borders PDF by Bryan Caplan Full Book and published by First Second. This book was released on 2019-10-29 with total page 256 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: An Economist “Our Books of the Year” Selection Economist Bryan Caplan makes a bold case for unrestricted immigration in this fact-filled graphic nonfiction. American policy-makers have long been locked in a heated battle over whether, how many, and what kind of immigrants to allow to live and work in the country. Those in favor of welcoming more immigrants often cite humanitarian reasons, while those in favor of more restrictive laws argue the need to protect native citizens. But economist Bryan Caplan adds a new, compelling perspective to the immigration debate: He argues that opening all borders could eliminate absolute poverty worldwide and usher in a booming worldwide economy—greatly benefiting humanity. With a clear and conversational tone, exhaustive research, and vibrant illustrations by Zach Weinersmith, Open Borders makes the case for unrestricted immigration easy to follow and hard to deny.
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Download Free South Africa, the Case Against Immigration PDF by Southern African Catholic Bishops' Conference. Commission for Justice & Reconciliation Full Book and published by . This book was released on 1982 with total page 7 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download Free Re-charting America's Future PDF by Roy Howard Beck Full Book and published by Roy Beck. This book was released on 1994 with total page 268 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: