Williamson Jr., Chilton
May 1986
National Review;5/23/1986, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p48
Book Review
Reviews the book "Illegal Immigration and the Colonization of the American Labor Market," by Philip L. Martin. Overview of the book; Contents; Effects of the availability of illegal aliens to major industries on investment, employment and competitive trends; Axioms of the pro-immigration side; Immigration reform.


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