The Journal of Social, Political, and Economic Studies

Articles from Vol. 33, No. 3, Fall

Adverse Impacts of Massive and Illegal Immigration in the United States
Information is provided here to show that massive and illegal immigration has adverse effects on economic justice, fairness to immigrants that came legally, and the rule of law. After nearly three million illegal aliens were granted a one-time amnesty...
Disentangling Corruption and Democracy/Rethinking Corruption, Democracy, and Political Power: Finding a Linkage
Disentangling Corruption and DemocracyRoberta Ann Johnson 1University of San FranciscoANDRethinking Corruption, Democracy, and Political Power: Finding a LinkageHerbert H. WerlinRetired University of Maryland and World BankEditor's Note: Herbert H. Werlin's...
Educational Quagmire: The High Cost of Ignoring Biophysical and Ecological Factors
Recognizing that academic competencies are fundamental to a productive society, American policymakers and educators have, since the landmark Brown (1954-55) school desegregation ruling, placed high priority on closing the racial achievement gap (RAG)....
Gas OPEC? Rhetoric versus Reality
Natural gas is abundant and less polluting than both oil and coal. Consequently, it is often called the fuel of choice. The increasing reliance on gas has raised concerns about the security of supply. These concerns have been further heightened by the...