Immigration Policy: Political or Economic?
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Our politically dominated immigration policy is counter to our nation's labor needs and exacerbates our worst racial and income disparities. An economically sound immigration policy would secure our national well-being.
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labor market; United States; employment; immigration; public policy; labor supply; labor demand
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Required Publisher Statement: Copyright by M. E. Sharpe, Inc. Final article published as Briggs, V. M., Jr. (1991). Immigration policy: political or economic? [Electronic version]. Challenge, 34(5), 12-19.