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Title: 10 Reasons to Rethink the Immigration-Overpopulation Connection
Author(s): Huang, Priscilla
Keywords: Population policy
Date: 2009
Series/Report no.: DifferenTakes
Issue Paper 59
Abstract: Priscilla Huang, policy and programs director for the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum, examines the past and present rhetoric of the U.S. anti-immigrant movement, which, she argues, unfairly paints immigrants as conniving, resource-gobbling drains on the economy and environment. She debunks these ideas by giving readers ten reasons to rethink the immigration-over-population connection.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10009/913
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