Huddled Masses, Muddled Laws: Why Contemporary Immigration Policy Fails to Reflect Public Opinion


Recent polls show that most Americans want to reduce legal immigration. Yet Congress has refused to do so, and, in fact, increased immigration by more than 40 percent in 1990. Lee analyzes why recent public policy on immigration has failed to reflect public opinion.


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