Keely, Charles B.
September 1979
Journal of International Affairs;Fall/Winter79, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p249
Academic Journal
Focuses on the development of immigration policy in the U.S. since 1965. Provisions and changes brought by the Immigration Act of 1965; Problems on the entry of refugees in the U.S.; Impact of illegal migration on the U.S. labor force; Creation of the Select Commission on immigration and refugee policy.


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