Compassion Versus Self-Interest: Who Shall Be Given Asylum in the United States?

Burke, W. Scott

1984

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  • Volume 8, Issue 2. Summer One of the consequences of being a society that considers itself a global ideal of freedom and prosperity is the powerful attraction this ideal holds for millions of nationals of other countries that suffer from widespread injustice and poverty. For the United States the result has been unprecedented pressure on and questioning of its immigration p... read more
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