The substantive issues, statistics and questions raised in Ali
Alexander's letter of 4/17 are not diminished by the peripheral
responses of his three critics of 4/18. In particular, attempts to confine the immigration debate only to
those in the profession and to favored topics is obtuse and snobbish.
Immigration is not the
sole province of attorneys or immigrants, but has a profound and
irrevocable effect upon all of us. It would appear that most mass
immigration advocates have no room for compromise and prefer no limits
and little opposition. Many others reasonably believe that limits and
tight controls must apply for a "cohesive" society. There is a great
amount of opinion supporting the latter position which may be ignored in
your own minds and/or group, but not in reality. To remain oblivious to the many obvious and negative aspects of the
excessive and illegal immigration phenomenon we have experienced for too
long is to be in severe denial or worse. It is limited and controlled
immigration that has the potential of being beneficial, not the massive,
uncontrolled and illegal variety.
R. L. Ranger
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