Kidding Ourselves About Immigration

Kinsley, Michael
December 2007
Time;12/17/2007, Vol. 170 Issue 25, p30
The author reflects on the issue of immigration in the U.S., suggesting that many U.S. citizens want all of the immigrants to stay out of the country. The author comments that the motives for illegal and legal immigrants is the same: the desire for a better life. Also discussed are the views and opinions of Democrats and Republicans on this issue.


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