The conservative case for immigration tariffs

posted by
February 7, 2012
Competitive Enterprise Institute
by Alex Nowrasteh  
Posted in Commentary

"Americans have a remarkable history of welcoming immigrants and helping them assimilate. Most Americans can trace their ancestry to another country. But while Americans are magnanimous toward immigrants, federal immigration policy has not been as accommodating. Moreover, the law lags behind economic reality. Demand for immigrant workers has slackened because of the poor economy. Vigorous enforcement efforts have had very little impact." (02/07/12)  


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