Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution

June 12, 2013
Clint Bolick argues in his new book, written with Jeb Bush, that the three broad components of immigration reform-better immigration enforcement, a lawful pathway for future migrants, and the legalization of current unauthorized immigrants-must work together to produce a viable immigration policy. The 1986 Reagan amnesty failed because it was a partial reform that increased immigration enforcement but did not increase legal opportunities for lower skilled immigrants. The 2007 immigration reform bill failed to even pass the Senate for a similar reason-its guest worker visa program was eviscerated. Immigration reform must produce an easily enforceable law that allows the world’s best, brightest, and most industrious a chance to contribute to the American economy.

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