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Aviva Chomsky does a great job skewering fourteen of the twenty myths she strives to debunk - and a so-so job of the last six.
What more can I say besides, "Read this book if you want to know something real about the issue of immigration--legal or illegal."
And those social service costs don't include the common costs of libraries, parks, schools, and other taxpayer funded services.
I think my teen is getting something out of it whether he likes to admit it or notPublished 1 month ago by Jamie
This book destroys the myths that cause so much discord in our society. A must read to get some justice!Published 6 months ago by Anne Wandrey
Her argument is that the American Depression happend during a period of low-immigration; therefore increasing labor supply has no negative impacts??? Read morePublished 11 months ago by Trade unionist
This book is complete and explains (with LOTS of citations) the misconceptions about immigrants in the US. Very important to read! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Katy
I just get my book and it is really great. need 7 more words. need 5 more words and submitPublished 17 months ago by Peter
Professor Chomsky of "They Take Our Jobs" posits 21 "myths" about immigration, and then attempts to debunk them. Read morePublished 21 months ago by L. M. Crane
There are a lot of compelling arguments in favor of a more open immigration policy. Unfortunately, this book covers very few of them. Read morePublished 21 months ago by N. Perz
I suppose my main problem with this book comes down to a question of semantics. The book proposes to expose a number of popular statements about immigration as "myths. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Wal-Mart'Queisha Jenkins
There may well be myths regarding immigration, but Prof. Chomsky does a poor job identifying and addressing these myths. Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by Observer