Illegal Immigration: How To Turn The TideGary S. Becker
The uproar over White House nominees for Attorney General who had employed illegal aliens has focused attention once again on unlawful entry of workers from poor countries. This is a perplexing issue not only for the U.S. but also for France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and other prosperous, democratic countries. I believe such immigration can be effectively discouraged by sizably increasing the number of legal immigrants and at the same time punishing more severely the illegal entrants or those who hire them.
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