Scholarly Study of Illegal Migration into the United States


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Scholarly Study of Illegal Migration into the United States
The social science literature on illegal immigration in America seems to be impressively balanced, more geared toward harm reduction than about espousing frightened rhetoric regarding non-Americans getting jobs on American soil. At first glance, such calm, non-protectionist tone seems to be a commitment to tolerance of non-Americans, and that is probably part true. What is seems even truer is how non-American labor already benefits the United States. Not only that, but scholars can help the United States glean even more benefit from having non-Americans working in their country, both legally and illegally. There are gray areas pertaining to illegal immigration where the question...
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