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by Otis L. Jr. Graham

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Author: Otis L. Jr. Graham
ISBN: 093577601X
ISBN13: 978-0935776010
Language: English
Publisher: Federation for Amer Immigration (June 1, 1980)
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Otis L. Graham J. PhD Biography. Title: Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Santa Barbara. On March 17, 1982, Simpson and Romano Mazzoli (. Ky. introduced the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA)

Otis L. introduced the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA). After a tortuous passage through Congress, in which its provisions were continuously watered down and its scope narrowed, the legislation was signed by Ronald Reagan in 1986. IRCA granted amnesty to illegal aliens in return for sanctions on those who hired illegally – sanctions that ultimately proved without teeth. Never considered satisfactory by immigration reformers, the legislation signed in 1986 did next to nothing in the long run to stem illegal immigration.

Peter Brimelow writes: Otis Graham, historian and veteran immigration .

Peter Brimelow writes: Otis Graham, historian and veteran immigration activist, has been described, by Steve Sailer, as the Last of the Nice WASP Progressives. The movement for patriotic immigration reform is a coalition, and many VDARE. com readers will not agree with Graham’s emphasis on population control and other liberal causes.

Coyotes : A Journey Through the Secret World of America's Illegal Aliens. I highly recommend this book.

Otis L. Graham, Jr. was a Professor Emeritus of History at UCSB, and Visiting Scholar at UNC Chapel Hill who was the Center's founding chairman and sole founder. Otis L. Graham Jr. Former Board Member; Founding Chairman

Otis L. He graduated from Yale University (. 1957) and Columbia University (PhD, 1966), and served as an artillery officer in the . Former Board Member; Founding Chairman.

In this cogently-argued work, immigration scholar Otis L. examines the history of immigration pressures and American policy debates and choices. He begins with the first "Great Wave" of the 1880s and traces the effects of the system of national origins, enforced from the 1920s through 1965. The reforms of the 1960s ushered in an era of large-scale legal and illegal immigration, resulting in a vast social experiment in demographic transformation.

The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 (IIRIRA or IIRAIRA), Division C of Pu. These IIRIRA changes became effective on April 1, 1997.

The Fair Immigration Reform Movement is a national coalition of organizations. In 2019, Community Change and the FIRM network organized immigrant communities to mobilize against hate and fight for liberation. Together, we will build the future our ancestors dreamed for us. And all this power and movement is TO BE CONTINUED in 2020.

Graham’s first scholarly work was An Encore for Reform: The Old Progressives and the New Deal (1967). Graham’s most controversial public engagement as a historian-one that brought him much criticism, which he withstood with decent aplomb-was in favor of immigration restriction.

Otis Graham brings new eyes and new scholarship to the agonizing question of immigration, a subject that .

Otis Graham brings new eyes and new scholarship to the agonizing question of immigration, a subject that usually engenders too much emotion and too little objective analysis. Unguarded Gates: A History of America's Immigration Crisis is a clear-eyed look at both the pluses and minuses of our new immigration patterns. Readable and compelling. This book shows how ungrounded―and unfair―that assumption is. Graham's evidence and argumentation should go far toward making reasonable discussion of the issue possible. Philip Gleason, University of Notre Dame).

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