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Catch up with the facts, new labor requirements are a reality (access required)

I appreciate facts don’t sell —emotion does, and there is nothing more emotional than immigration these days. Because there are so many aspects and implications of immigration in today’s world, this is understandable. But facts are troublesome things and they won’t go away, no matter how much we deny them. The need for new labor ...

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