Shut Out Immigrants And Trade May SufferChristopher Farrell
Americans are hurting. So are the Japanese and Europeans. In the U.S., unemployment is high and job prospects bleak. Japan's economy is mired in its worst downturn in two decades. Unemployment is expected to hit 12% in Europe. And more and more, workers in the major industrialized nations are blaming immigrants for everything from lost jobs to overburdened social services.
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