How Nations Tried to Keep Striving Migrants InEdward Tenner
May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Most developed nations try to limit the inflow of people from less developed ones. Yet, until the early 1800s, migration policy worked in the opposite direction, and was aimed at preventing skilled people in relatively advanced economies from seeking opportunity elsewhere.
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