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"... it is nearly impossible to talk about a controversial issue such as immigration without the conversation turning contentious.
Thatcher approaches the problems of immigration from a historical perspective so that the reader can see the flaws that actually exist
rather than perceived flaws presented by those with an agenda. ...this historical approach allows readers to form their own
Natasha Jackson, Readers' Favorite Complete Review
"... an extremely interesting and powerful work. Immigration would be a reasonable guide for a senator on Capital Hill just as
easily as it could become a well-thumbed reference for a political science student."
Katerie Prior, ForeWord Reviews Complete Review
"... Immigration provides keys to solid reform, making it a top recommendation for any collection looking for a clear coverage of reform
options ... goes far beyond your usual history or immigration issues coverage and weaves a blueprint for action ..."
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