Xenophobia for beginners

Weisberg, Jacob
April 1995
New York;4/24/95, Vol. 28 Issue 17, p24
Features the book `Alien Nation,' written by Peter Brimelow which discriminates immigrants to the United States particularly Hispanics. Brimelow's views on the negative effects of changes in the racial balance in the United States; Presentation of a chart showing immigration in absolute numbers; Views on muliticultural societies.


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