"This outstanding book illuminates the historical, economic, political and even psychological aspects of one of the major civil rights issues of our time. Balanced, thoroughly researched and clear-eyed, this volume is sure to anger—and should be read—by partisans on both sides of the immigration debate. In a controversy dominated by selective presentation of evidence and oversimplification, Román brings sorely needed expertise and fair-minded analysis."
—Gabriel Chin, University of California Davis School of Law
"This data-driven and massively documented study replaces rhetoric with analysis, myth with fact, and apocalyptic predictions with sane and realizable proposals."
—Stanley Fish, Davidson-Kahn Distinguished University Professor, Florida International University
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