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The new case against immigration : both legal and illegal

Author: Mark Krikorian
Publisher: New York : Sentinel, 2008.
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"Expert Mark Krikorian has studied the trends and concluded that America must permanently and dramatically reduce immigration - both legal and illegal - or face enormous problems in the near future. His argument is based on facts, not fear or prejudice." "Before the upheavals of the 1960s, the United States expected immigrants from around the world to earn a living, learn English, and become patriotic Americans. But  Read more...
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Krikorian, Mark.
New case against immigration.
New York : Sentinel, 2008
(OCoLC)607863803
Online version:
Krikorian, Mark.
New case against immigration.
New York : Sentinel, 2008
(OCoLC)607918352
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Krikorian
ISBN: 9781595230355 1595230351
OCLC Number: 177065621
Description: 294 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Assimilation : the cracked melting pot --
Mass immigration versus American sovereignty --
National security : safety in lower numbers --
Economy : cheap labor versus modern America --
Government spending --
Population --
What is to be done?
Responsibility: Mark Krikorian.
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"Expert Mark Krikorian has studied the trends and concluded that America must permanently and dramatically reduce immigration - both legal and illegal - or face enormous problems in the near future. His argument is based on facts, not fear or prejudice." "Before the upheavals of the 1960s, the United States expected immigrants from around the world to earn a living, learn English, and become patriotic Americans. But since the rise of identity politics, political correctness, and Great Society programs, we no longer make these demands. Even the positive changes of the last few decades, such as the Internet and cheap international phone service, hinder the assimilation of immigrants by making it easier for them to lead "transnational" lives." "Krikorian proves that although mass immigration once served our national interests, in today's America it threatens to destroy our common national identity, limit opportunities for upward mobility, strain resources for social programs, and disrupt middle-class norms of behavior."--BOOK JACKET.

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