We are putting a knife to our own throats. And our enemies are using it. Why in the world would we import more of this?America was not founded as an experiment in immigration. Our Founding Fathers were establishing a new Europe within a new order; English law combined with Greek and Roman political structures, all infused with Enlightenment philosophy. Past eras of mass immigration into America were not idealistic periods of welcoming new elements into our nation's 'melting pot.' These were times of lawlessness, graft, corruption and religious conflict. These were times that created slums and tenements and produced the inner city problems with which we still grapple today: crime, poverty, illiteracy, unemployment and increasing social costs. Today, there is an even more pressing problem within immigration: our National Security.
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Before I read this, I had a complete different conception of US immigration - one presented by our schools, liberal media, and held by current and biased immigrates - legal and illegal. Boy, did I get a factual (backed by real historical events by a highly educated historian) clarification of what were our real founding principles as they relate to immigration. The book is short and concise - I have read it twice. Every politican should read it.