Griswold, Daniel; Gold, Barry M.; Niewiarowski, Russ; Johnson, Barbara Hiller
May 2006
Orange County Business Journal;5/15/2006, Vol. 29 Issue 20, p99
Several letters are presented in response to the issues on immigration in the U.S. Daniel Griswold, an associate director of the Cato Institute's Center for Trade Policy Studies has expressed his views on the growing number of immigrants who are illegally entering or overstaying in the nation. Russ Niewiarowski, a creative director from Irvine, California has also expressed his views on the process wherein an immigrant should take to become a legal citizen of the nation.


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