Otis Graham: The Immigration Crisis
Mr. Graham is professor emeritus at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
He was interviewed by phone by HNN's Rick Shenkman on April 25, 2006. Mr. Graham was a member of a panel on immigration at the annual meeting of the Organization of American Historians (OAH) on April 20.
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Tim Matthewson - 4/25/2006
I applaud Professor Graham's effort to bring a cooler voice to the question of immigration is certainly to be applauded. But I wonder when and how the politicians will be led to assimilate said attitude. For the most part, the "debate" on immigration has been based on emotion, fears, and anxiety. I just don't know how we get from here to there.
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