Admitting Syrian Refugees Is Good Economics
My ancestors weren’t officially refugees. But some of them came to the U.S. from Lithuania in order to escape the Russian draft during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904. Serving in the czar’s poorly equipped, badly managed armies was a ticket to an early grave.
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