HEATHER MAC DONALD TALKS
ABOUT HER NEW BOOK

 

THE IMMIGRATION SOLUTION:
A Better Plan Than Today's

(Ivan R. Dee, 2007)

By Heather Mac Donald, Victor Davis Hanson, and Steven Malanga

Introduction by Myron Magnet


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"The Immigration Solution is not just another book about the catastrophe caused by millions of illegal aliens flooding our country; it is a call to arms combined with an outline for a sensible immigration policy. If every member of Congress would read this book, we might be able to begin the process of securing our borders and reducing the number of illegal immigrants within them."

Congressman Tom Tancredo, R-Colorado


 

 

 

 

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ISBN: 1-56663-760-0

IN THE PRESS


Christmas Books Thomas Sowell, Syndicated Columnist, December 11, 2007

... "The Immigration Solution" is an excellent new book that discusses illegal immigration without the political rhetoric, spin, demagoguery, and unsubstantiated claims that have become all too common in the media and among politicians.

It was written by three scholars at leading think tanks—Heather Mac Donald and Steve Malanga of the Manhattan Institute and Victor Davis Hanson of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. Unlike many other scholars, they know how to write so that the general public can understand what they are saying...

Immigration on America's Terms Washington Examiner, Editorial, December 5, 2007

A key to solving America's immigration crisis can be summed up by paraphrasing JFK: "Ask not what our country can do for you, but what you are able to contribute to our country." Putting America's needs first, say three co-authors of an important new study, means ditching the idea that immigration should mostly benefit the immigrants. Manhattan Institute fellows Steven Malanga, Heather Mac Donald and syndicated columnist Victor Davis Hanson point out in "The Immigration Solution" that unenforced laws, generous welfare benefits and sanctuary policies create huge incentives for uneducated, unskilled foreigners to sneak over the border. Our legal immigration system’s family preference policy also puts the needs of immigrants before the needs of the country...



 

 


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