"OPEN THE GOLDEN DOORS": THREE BOOKS ON G.W. BUSH IMMIGRATION POLICY
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"OPEN THE GOLDEN DOORS": THREE BOOKS ON G.W. BUSH IMMIGRATION POLICY
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Alexandra Filippenko 
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The article describes how scientists of the XVIII-XXI centuries analyzed immigration history and immigration politics of the USA. Main attention is paid to three important works on immigration politics by R. Koulish, S.F. Martin and A.C. d’Appollonia who consider immigration politics and practices during the G.W. Bush administration. They analyze the existing legislation and give their recommendations on future immigration reform.
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border security, immigration, immigration policy, nativism, terrorism
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11.08.2014
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