One for the huddled masses

The Californian-based Independent Institute has put out an open letter on immigration, signed by 500+ US scholars. About 40 foreigners (of which I’m one) also signed on, though I’m not quite sure how persuaded GWB will be by non-US citizens signing a letter that calls for maintaining a liberal immigration policy.

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2 Responses to One for the huddled masses

  1. Joe C says:


    But the whole debate going on at the moment is about illegal broder jumpers- 12 million of them who are depressing he wages of the American unskilled workers and adversely public services as they are not paying for them.

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