Ideologues using immigrants to symbolize countercultural values create more public opposition to

Sowell, Thomas
May 1995
Enterprise/Salt Lake City;5/22/95, Vol. 24 Issue 47, p19
Comments on author Peter Brimelow's handling of the topic of immigration in his book `Alien Nation.' Presentation of a lot of unwelcome facts about immigration; Reintroduction of extinct diseases in the United States by immigrants; Refugees; Moral aspects of selection and restriction of immigrants.


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