Immigration Time Bomb

Richard D. Lamm, Author Dutton Books $18.95 (271p) ISBN 978-0-525-24337-3
With immigration-reform now before Congress, Colorado Governor Lamm and Imhoff offer a timely book that argues in favor of new restrictions for America's ""uncontrolled'' immigration, both legal and illegal. Unfortunately, they are wordy and repetitious, which diminishes the impact of their case. Declaring that the dream of unlimited immigration to the U.S. is now dead, they dismiss arguments in favor of mass entry and cite reasons (crime by and against immigrants; loss of jobs by current citizens; a debasing of U.S. ``culture and national identity,'' etc.) to impose new restrictions and step up enforcement. Lamm and Imhoff, intending to sound an alarm, touch the main arguments of their positions in the national debate. November 27
Reviewed on: 11/01/1985
Release date: 11/01/1985
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