Can a nation of immigrants continue the 'open door' policies of the past...or is America being overwhelmed by a wave of newcomers we can no longer afford or employ? In 'Arguing Immigration' an array of our most important social critics - ranging from Toni Morrison to Peggy Noonan, from Francis Fukuyama to Nathan Glazer - confronts this urgent question with a candor and originality rarely seen in political battles. Foresaking ready-made conservative-liberal positions, the writers in 'Arguing Immigration' lay bare the vital economic and moral issues at stake and provide a crucial framework for any serious discussion of this highly charged issue. The only book to bring together the major arguments around one of today's most important questions, Arguing Immigration is essential reading for anyone concerned with a debate that will have implications for generations to come.
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Subtítulo: THE DEBATE OVER THE CHANGING FACE OF AMERICA