Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration by Peter Brimelow

By Peter Brimelow

A provocative examine America's out-of-control immigration drawback argues that the USA should still shut its doorways to immigrants, not less than quickly, to be able to keep monetary preeminence, social concord, and nationwide identification. 35,000 first printing. $35,000 ad/promo. travel.

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Before we shift to the empirical example of the immigration of labour migrants and ethnic Germans (Aussiedler) in Germany, it is necessary to provide a more general consideration on the relation between migration, biography and the welfare state. 42 MICHAEL BOMMES Welfare states and the ‘social deviation’ of migrants The constitution of biographies and their moderation by the welfare state makes the deviation of the biographies of migrants very likely. Deviation means that their life courses and biographies do not fulfil the institutionalised expectations of normality.

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