An American History of Activists Against Immigration
Memoir Recounts Grassroots Immigration Reform Movement That Began 40 Years Ago
“This is a topic of interest to any American who is concerned about the social, fiscal and national security costs of mass, uncontrolled immigration,” Graham writes. “People who are just joining the debate may be unaware of the existence and historical development of the immigration reform movement.”
Graham begins with his personal discovery of an unnerving threat to the future of humankind. Wandering the halls of his local library, he stumbled upon books such as
“Immigration Reform and America’s Unchosen Future” reveals key players in the movement, including pioneer citizen organizer
Graham takes readers from the National Mall to nationwide campaigns as he covers the mobilization of a grassroots movement to preserve America by limiting the population.
“Polls consistently show that Americans are deeply concerned about mass legal and illegal immigration,” Graham says. “Large numbers of citizens are active supporters of immigration reform. This book tells the story of its origins, as well as activists’ achievements and frustrations. It closes with a sketch of the troubled future toward which mass immigration is carrying
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