In this program, we consider the battle lines in the struggle to define “immigration reform” and address the major questions now facing the federal government.
- How would a new immigration law best serve our “national interest”?
- Is there any way immigration pressures on the U.S. and other developed countries can be relieved while the world’s population keeps growing rapidly?
Prof. Lawrence H. Fuchs
- Author of American Kaleidoscope
- Faculty, alumni remember Prof. Lawrence Fuchs. An American Studies pioneer, a giving mentor, a champion of social justice
- “Lawrence Fuchs, Expert on Immigration, Dies at 86” The New York Times, 6 April 2013.
Alan K. Simpson
U.S. Senator (R-WY) 1979-1997
Chairman, Immigration & Refugee Subcommittee
Dr. Matthew Spalding
Vice President of American Studies
The Heritage Foundation 1994-2013
- “Matthew Spalding PH.D.” The Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies.
- Associate Vice President and Dean of Educational Programs
Center for Immigration Studies
- “The New Case Against Immigration: Both Legal and Illegal” Human Events, 5 Aug 2009.
Edwin S. Rubenstein
Research Economic Consultants
- Director of Research, Hudson Institute 1997-2002 “National Data” VDare, 27 April 2006.