February 11, 2019

Andrew Yuengert, professor, economics and social thought published commentary on First Things about the effects of the economy when it comes to immigration and the native poor.  

...I argued that the United States’ generous immigration policy benefitted poor immigrants, was a netbenefit to U.S. natives, and had a small aggregate impact on state and local governments—although burdening certain states and cities. In light of these facts, I argued that there were no economic reasons to restrict immigration, even from poor countries...

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