Paul Adams on Immigration
A: I foster the 'fenced orchard' analogy. If your orchard is unfenced and no guard is standing by the tree, then don't complain if passersby pick your trees. The onus to build a fence and guard the tree is on you. Do we need a fence? Yes. Could it be bypassed? Yes. We need to think really carefully about fences. Self-deportation would be a better option, provided the States chose to make it hard for undocumented labor to assimilate. What we have now is similar condition we had in pre-civil war America, when the south was economically dependent on cheap labor for its survival. The same holds true today of States like California.
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