Immigration: The Rude Birth of Immigration Reform
The Wilson Quarterly, Summer 2010, v34, #3, pp16-23
"In the heated debates during the early 20th century, few people gave much thought to the longer-term consequences of restricting immigration, but these were many and profound. [...] Today as America debates immigration reform, it is in danger of repeating the mistakes made a century ago when the flawed foundations of today’s policies were established."
Katherine Benton-Cohen is an assistant professor of history at Georgetown University. As a 2009-10 fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center, she worked on a book about the Dillingham Commission.
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C12/03-10. Posted August 25, 2010