Immigration Reform and America’s Unchosen Future

Immigration Reform and America’s Unchosen Future

An era of mass immigration surpassing any period in American history was inaugurated by the Immigration Act of 1965 and continues to this day. Sponsor of the law, pushed through without wide public discussion, denied that it and subsequent expansions would result in an increase in incoming numbers or an intensification of social problems. Yet large scale immigration, much of it illegal, continues to do both, carrying the nation toward a more crowded, resource constrained, and more socially fragmented future. This book is a memoir account of the emergence of a growing grassroots-based social movement that formed in the 1970s and continue to mobilize the American people behind immigration limitation. The nation’s future is at stake in this ongoing debate and political conflict.

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By Otis L. Graham, Jr.
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Soft Cover
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