Human trafficking: The other good reason to reform immigration

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November 14, 2012
Foundation for Economic Education
by Lewis M. Andrews  
Posted in Commentary

"Restrictive immigration policies have long been associated with a variety of economic problems. These include the diminished availability of foreign talent, the inability of businesses to fill low-skilled agricultural and service jobs typically scorned by legal residents, and reduced access to the kind of entrepreneurial enthusiasm characteristic of those willing to risk their futures in another country." (11/14/12)  

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