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Posted August 25, 2013
The author effectively pointed out the benefits of free, or free
The author effectively pointed out the benefits of free, or freer anyway, circulation of people. The final sentence in the book was, "..the right to move, live, and die in a different place than we were born - the victory of choice over chance." The data and evidence is very clear, the U.S. economy benefits greatly from immigrants that have arrived to participate in the American dream. The objections today are the same as those used previously in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world. There are those that would promote fear of different looking people, or fear of different languages and religions being present. Those same issues were brought up against the Germans, Italians, and Irish 100 years ago. The book was a bit academic, but certainly worth the time to read it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.