Behind the Green Card explodes the innumerable myths and bogeymen that obscure the reality of US immigration policy. Blinded by misguided 'national security interests,' the United States has codified a series of unworkable and irresponsible laws which make this country weaker, poorer and less secure than ever. Through the elimination of both a huge marketplace and enormous supply of labor, the US struggles to regain economic growth while other developed nations, through sensible immigration policies, forge ahead.
The diminishing prospects for legal immigration The best and brightest : where has all the talent gone? The rise of the administrative state Race and the shaping of u.s. immigration policy The economic impact of closed borders The Department of Homeland Security Enforcement: arguments and misconceptions The edict of non-reviewability Why no one wants immigration reform Prescriptions to fix the mess.
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