The Politics of Immigration gives supporters of migrants the ammunition to answer back any anti-immigration argument, finds Orlando Hill
February 8, 2018
“I’m not against immigrants. I’m against illegal ones. The idea of open borders is a fantasy. Let’s face it. Our country is already too full. We must put a limit on how many can come in. We simply can’t afford it. They’ll put too much pressure on our already squeezed public finance. It’s a simple case of supply and demand. Wages will fall if you increase the supply of workers.”
Who hasn’t heard such statements in our workplace, pubs or family meals? You disagree with them, but you might not have the facts or arguments to back up your opinion, so you keep quiet to avoid a shouting match and to keep the peace.
That’s where this book comes in handy.[…]
Read the full review:http://www.counterfire.org/articles/book-reviews/19449-the-politics-of-immigration-questions-and-answers-book-review