Let Them in: The Case for Open Borders


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Avery Publishing Group
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5.36 X 8.0 X 0.69 inches | 0.0 pounds

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About the Author

Jason L. Riley is a member of the editorialboard at the Wall Street Journal, where he hasworked since 1994. He appears regularly on theJournal Editorial Report on Fox News. He hasalso appeared on The NewsHour with JimLehrer, Hannity and Colmes and ABC's WorldNews Tonight. He lives in suburban New YorkCity with his wife and daughter.


aThe immigration debate seems to have been taken over by shrill anti-immigrant voices. Ace editorialist Jason Riley restores some balance with this calm, reasoned, highly compelling presentation of the case for immigration. His fact- laden polemic should make even the most die-hard xenophobe think twice. He shows why immigrants are a net plus, and why illegal immigration isnat the crisis it has been made out to be.a
aMax Boot, senior fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, author of "War Made New" and "Savage Wars of Peace"
aJason Riley puts today's fierce immigration debate into perspective, and he does so with crisp writing and thoughtful analysis. "Let Them In" is a welcome contribution to a national discussion that is too often dominated by fear-mongering and misinformation. Free-market adherents ought to embrace open- immigration policies, and this tightly drawn book explains why.a
aArthur Laffer, Chairman of Laffer Associates
aJason Riley makes a very comprehensive argument for an Open Borders policy. People on all sides of this would do well to understand where he is coming from.a
aLawrence Lindsey, former chief economic adviser to President George W. Bush
aAn illuminating look at immigration.a
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