First, take a long view. About every half century since the late 19th century the United States has wavered between a generally open borders approach to a restriction-ist approach. Passage of immigration reform in 1965 began an era of relatively open borders. Today’s fiercely restriction-ist rhetoric, in the long view, arrives about on time.
But the country has never been of one mind on welcoming a lot of the foreign-born. Historically, both major parties had been sundered by ...
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