By Philip Cafaro
Cafaro roots his argument in human rights, equality, fiscal protection, and environmental sustainability—hallmark innovative values. He exhibits us the indisputable realities of mass migration to which we have now grew to become a blind eye: how flooded hard work markets in sectors corresponding to meatpacking and building have pushed down staff’ wages and pushed up inequality; how over the top immigration has fostered harmful operating stipulations and political disempowerment; the way it has stalled our monetary adulthood by way of protecting us ever-focused on expanding intake and development; and the way it has brought on our towns and suburbs to sprawl in all places, destroying normal habitats, using different species from the panorama, and slicing us off from nature.
In reaction to those hard-hitting truths, Cafaro lays out a finished plan for immigration reform that's squarely in accordance with innovative political targets. He means that we shift enforcement efforts clear of border regulate and towards the employers who knowingly lease unlawful staff. He proposes reduction and international guidelines that would support humans create larger lives the place they're. And certainly he helps amnesty if you have, at large probability, already outfitted their lives right here. in particular, Cafaro assaults our obsession with unending fabric development, supplying instead a mature imaginative and prescient of the USA, now not brimming yet balanced, the place all of the diversified those who represent this nice country of immigrants can dwell sustainably and good, sheltered through a prudence at the moment in brief offer in American politics.
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How Many Is Too Many?: The Progressive Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States (Chicago Studies in American Politics) by Philip Cafaro