Some Recent Publications on Immigration Showing Adverse Impact
Beck, Roy. The Case Against Immigration; The Moral, Economic, Social, and Environmental Reasons for Reducing U.S. Immigration Back to Traditional Levels. New York, W.W. Norton, 1996. 287 p.
A carefully reasoned explanation. Footnotes section, p.259-275, cites sources in addition to those in text, and gives bibliographic references. Available in public libraries and bookstores.
Beck, Roy. Re-Charting America's Future; Responses To Arguments Against Stabilizing U.S. Population and Limiting Immigration. Petoskey, Mich., The Social Contract Press, 1994. 216 p. paperback Available from American Immigration Control Foundation; see address under Auster.
Brimelow, Peter. Alien Nation; Common Sense about America's Immigration Disaster. New York, Random House, 1995. 327 p.
A national best-seller in 1995; reissued in paperback ed., 1996, with some additions. Available in public libraries and bookstores.
Auster, Lawrence. The Path to National Suicide; An Essay on Immigration and Multiculturalism. Monterey, Va., American Immigration Control Foundation (PO Box 525, zip 24465), 1990. 90 p. paperback
Contains an enlightening history of how the 1965 Immigration Act came into being while few people either in Congress or elsewhere in the U.S. fully understood the future consequences.
Auster, Lawrence. Huddled Clichés: Exposing the Fraudulent Arguments That Have Opened America's Borders to the World. Monterey, Va., American Immigration Control Foundation, 1997. 59 p. paperback
One by one, with compelling logic, Auster refutes the usual clichés favoring mass immigration.
Lutton, Wayne and John Tanton. The Immigration Invasion. Monterey, Va., American Immigration Control Foundation, 1994. 188 p. paperback.
Endnotes contain sources and bibliographic references.
Federation for American Immigration Reform (1666 Connecticut Ave., NW, Ste. 400, Washington DC 20009). Behind The Curtain: Julian Simon's Manipulation of Immigration Studies. Washington, 1996. 32 p.
Includes 2-page bibliography, p.31-32.
Federation for American Immigration Reform. Immigration Trends; a Research Bulletin. Washington. Issued bimonthly, beginning with v.1, no.1, Feb. 1996.
v.1, no.1. Exposing Julian Simon. - Immigrants Depress Wages. v.1, no.2. Senator Abraham Errs on Chain Migration. - How Chain Migration Doesn't Work. - Immigrant
Welfare Use. -v.1, no.3. Government Audit Calls Foreign Workers Program a Sham. - Illegal Aliens Renting Children as "Get-out-of Jail" Cards. - Overhaul of Foreign Student Procedures Needed, says INS. - INS Deports Less than Half of Those Ordered Deported.
Huffman, Wallace and Alan McCunn. How Much is That Tomato in the Window? Retail Produce Prices Without Illegal Farmworkers. Washington, Center for Immigration Studies (1815 H St., NW, Ste. 1010, zip 20006-3604), 1996.
This is the Center's Backgrounder paper no.2-96, issued in Feb. 1996.
Geyer, Georgie Anne. Americans No More; The Death of Citizenship. New York, Atlantic Monthly Press, 1996. 352 p. hardback available in public libraries and bookstores.
How citizenship has in recent years become devalued, and its possible consequences. The role of immigration in the devaluation process.
Hawkins, William. Importing Revolution; Open Borders and the Radical Agenda. 1994. 209 p. paperback, available for $8 from the American Immigration Control Foundation, Monterey, Va. (address under Auster)
Documented in great detail.
by Elizabeth K. Van Staaveren
Sykes, Charles J. A Nation of Victims: The Decay of the American Character. 1992. 289 p. St. Martin's Press, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10010.
"The plaint of the victim - It's not my fault - has become the loudest and most influential voice in America.