In response to Mr. Anderson's letter, I don't claim greater knowledge of the US economy than Mr. Greenspan (or even as great). I do however, probably have more knowledge of immigration issues and policy than he has--or at least as much, particularly when you consider that immigration policy is not just a matter of economics. In fact, Mr. Greenspan himself has previously indicated that he is not advocating a particular immigration policy--his area is monetary and fiscal policy, not immigration policy.
If Mr. Anderson in his response doesn't think his local economy needs or is using illegal workers, fine. But I repeat, if they need workers, as he does claim, why are they not using the existing legal means of obtaining them, such as H2-A and B, or green cards? Or are they? Mr. Anderson's letter evades the question.
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