Friday, March 31, 2006

Krugman continues on immigration.

Another thoughtful piece about the need for intelligent action on immigration reform in the NY Times today.
For now, at least, the immigration issue is mainly hurting the Republican Party, which is divided between those who want to expel immigrants and those who want to exploit them. The only thing the two factions seem to have in common is mean-spiritedness.

But immigration remains a difficult issue for liberals. Let me say a bit more about the subject of my last column, the uncomfortable economics of immigration, then turn to what really worries me: the political implications of a large nonvoting work force.
Something to read if you want to go beyond slogans and Faux News.

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