By Christopher Lee
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, October 25, 2006; Page A10
Markets erase disparities in health care provisions. The 1965 Immigration Act was intended to undo the benefits of the 1964 Civil Rights Acts. Borjas of Harvard has done a study that shows this is what happened. See Vdare for discussion of this.
Immigration means that marginal people in society are dropped by employers and the education system. They don’t have the resources to bring up the marginal student or worker. Schools are overwhelmed. Rather than work with marginal workers, employers fire them.
Immigration has created distrust according to a study by Putnam of Harvard. The result is that CEO’s make big bonuses by firing workers and sending factories and know-how overseas. Universities give graduate education to students from China and India rather than African Americans like David Blackwell who was a major figure in math before 1964.
The politicos lie about immigration as does the MSM. They want throw away help and immigration gives that to them.
This article is opinion, hypotheses, and speculation. All other disclaimers apply.