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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Immigration Insights Peter Brimelow, Washington Times, 01-01-08

Absent race, The Immigration Solution is an excellent summary of the state of economic, sociological and historical play in the immigration debate... The Immigration Solution concludes with sensible proposals, commendably directed at legal and illegal immigration, even including a "debate" on the citizen-child interpretation of the 14th Amendment— critical to getting illegal immigration under control. Who knows—in an election year, we may be hearing more about them...


"The Immigration Solution is a cogent analysis of our illegal immigration crisis and the public policy choices facing America. This book is a critically important read for our elected officials and the citizens they should be representing."
Lou Dobbs, anchor and managing editor, Lou Dobbs Tonight

"The Immigration Solution demolishes open-borders myths and provides a clear, sane path toward an immigration plan that benefits America and adheres to the rule of law. Heather Mac Donald, Victor Davis Hanson, and Steven Malanga battle muddled amnesty, advocates with impeccable logic, facts, and principle. This book is not just a must-read. It's a must-do."
Michelle Malkin, author of Invasion

"In this book, the writers from City Journal again show why that magazine is so indispensable. Having helped change conventional wisdom on the urban problems of crime and welfare, they have now taken a hard look at an issue even more suffused with sentimentality and cliche. The Immigration Solution is essential reading for anyone seeking to develop an informed opinion on this vital national issue."
Mark Krikorian, executive director, Center for Immigration Studies

"The divisive debate over immigration is going to continue for some time to come. Mac Donald, Malanga, and Hanson lucidly present their concerns over the current direction of immigration policy and offer more than a few suggestions for change. Even if you disagree with their preferred policy changes, their suggestions are serious, provocative, and worthy of careful thought—and, regardless of your ideological background, you might actually find yourself nodding more than a few times as you read through the book."
Dr. George Borjas, Robert W. Scrivner Professor of Economics and Social Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, and author of Heaven's Door: Immigration Policy and the American Economy



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