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Garrett Hardin, of the University of California Santa Barbara, argues for restricted immigration on the grounds that it is imperative to achieve population stabilization; and that while accepting a large volume of immigrants may appear to be…

A discussion of the Carter administration's proposed legislation for dealing with the illegal immigration problem through a call for limited amnesty for undocumented aliens already in the country. Panelists focus on criteria for eligibility, cutoff…

Conference participants debate the controversial idea that the United States should tie aid to immigrant-supplying nations to provisions that encourage population control in order to stem the rising tide of immigration, both legal and illegal.…

Conference participants debate the controversial idea that the United States should tie aid to immigrant-supplying nations to provisions that encourage population control in order to stem the rising tide of immigration, both legal and illegal.…

In this panel discussion, two sides of the issue of illegal immigration are discussed; the perceived urgency of the problem as seen by officers of the Immigration and Naturalization Service and public officials in areas economically affected by the…

In this panel discussion, two sides of the issue of illegal immigration are discussed; the perceived urgency of the problem as seen by officers of the Immigration and Naturalization Service and public officials in areas economically affected by the…

A discussion of immigration into the United States, particularly from Mexico, spanning from the early part of the twentieth century through the bracero program of the 1950s and 1960s, attempting to place the current flow of undocumented aliens in…

The Center's Otis L. Graham, Jr. examines the extent and character of the problem of illegal immigration, and the response of America's national policymakers during the Nixon and Ford administrations. He commends the Carter administration for putting…

The Center's Otis L. Graham, Jr. examines the extent and character of the problem of illegal immigration, and the response of America's national policymakers during the Nixon and Ford administrations. He commends the Carter administration for putting…

In planning for a proposed national family policy, Irving M. Levine and Joseph Giordano, both of the American Jewish Committee, urge a rediscovery of the strengths of the various ethnic traditions which transmit a sense of cohesiveness over…