An estimated 12 million undocumented immigrants currently live in the United States. Immigration advocates argue that the U.S. benefits from their contributions both economically and culturally. But others cite depressed wages, unemployment, and the creation of a permanent underclass as reasons to be critical. Should we impose tougher enforcement measures to reduce their numbers, or should we find a way to allow them to stay legally?
Jr. Vernon M. Briggs0 Items
- Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University
Mark Krikorian0 Items
- Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies
Heather Mac Donald0 Items
- John M. Olin Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor to City Journal