Immigration gambles

Sowell, Thomas
April 2013
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;4/29/2013, Vol. 42 Issue 37, p19
The article points out the need to consider the costs and dangers created by some immigrant groups and for the U.S. government to look at immigration laws in terms of how they affect the American people and the American culture that gives prosperity.


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