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JSPES, Vol. 33, No. 3 (Fall 2008)
pp. 328-350

Adverse Impacts of Massive and Illegal Immigration in the United States

Jerome Blondell

Health Statistician (retired), U.S. Government

Information is provided here to show that massive and illegal immigration has adverse effects on economic justice, fairness to immigrants that came legally, and the rule of law. After nearly three million illegal aliens were granted a one-time amnesty in the United States in 1986, a new group, at least four times as large, replaced them in just 20 years. This paper analyzes demographic data from established and reputable sources to present a concise and compelling case for prevention and protection, effective enforcement, and a time-out from current levels of mass immigration.