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In this panel discussion, a wide range of views are expressed on the subject of criminal code reform in general and Senate Bill 1437 in particular, especially the often delicate balance between effective law enforcement and the protection of civil…

Marcos Manuel Suarez, head of the Mexican Department of Labor, and Ivan M. Timonin, of the Canadian Employment and Immigration Commission, discuss the issues of illegal immigration from the standpoint of their respective nations. Discussion…

Marcos Manuel Suarez, head of the Mexican Department of Labor, and Ivan M. Timonin, of the Canadian Employment and Immigration Commission, discuss the issues of illegal immigration from the standpoint of their respective nations. Discussion…

Ronald M. Green, of Dartmouth College, argues that the United States must not make economic aid to countries within close proximity to our borders conditional upon the demographic performance of these nations, but should instead make such assistance…

Ronald M. Green, of Dartmouth College, argues that the United States must not make economic aid to countries within close proximity to our borders conditional upon the demographic performance of these nations, but should instead make such assistance…

Otis L. Graham, Jr. summarizes the ethical concerns underlying the widely differing viewpoints of the conference participants, and raises some fundamental questions in dealing with immigration policy. Illegal Immigration IX. Dec. 10, 1977.

John Higham, of Johns Hopkins University, explains how current discussion about immigration policy merely recapitulates the same dynamic that has shaped the debate over the last century: idealists who oppose more immigration controls by citing…

John Higham, of Johns Hopkins University, explains how current discussion about immigration policy merely recapitulates the same dynamic that has shaped the debate over the last century: idealists who oppose more immigration controls by citing…

Jorge A. Bustamante, of Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City, contends that it is misleading to discuss immigration in terms of charity, for the benefits the United States has received from immigration over the years must be taken into account,…

Jorge A. Bustamante, of Colegio de Mexico in Mexico City, contends that it is misleading to discuss immigration in terms of charity, for the benefits the United States has received from immigration over the years must be taken into account,…