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The above quote came from an op-ed in today’s New York Times by two university researchers – The Beneficial Impact Of Immigrants.
I’m adding it to The Best Sites For Learning About Immigration In The United States.
The authors are correct insofar as their narrowly specific topic is concerned. They need to address how to create a workable, reasonable immigration system. Is there not somehow a reasonable and appropriate duty to conform to such a system?
Also, aren’t there brilliant academics in developing countries who could do the research of these authors for a fraction of the cost? As economic efficiency is allegedly a laudable goal, the authors are in no position to object, eh? If they do object, then they have an inkling about the average American’s concern about illegal immigration depressing wages in the U.S.
What duties of loyalty, sympathy and solidarity do U.S. corporations – private corporate tyrannies – chartered in the U.S., owe the U.S. and U.S. citizens?