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Fixing Immigration and More, Part One
Aired 5/4/2006

America is divided on immigration. Some say that immigration hurts American workers. Others maintain that immigrants are a vital part of our economic engine. President George W. Bush supports a temporary guest-worker program, but proposals in Congress range from building a wall at the Mexican border to putting millions of illegal immigrants on the path to citizenship. Most everyone agrees that current immigration policy doesn’t work. What should we do about it?
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  Tamar Jacoby
    Senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a leading neo-conservative, and editor of, "Reinventing the Melting Pot: The New Immigrants and What it Means to be American."

Originally Aired: 5/4/2006

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