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Immigrants: Unleashing the Economic Force at our Door

Immigrants: Unleashing the Economic Force at our Door

ISBN: 9780615726816
Publisher: Oliver Pursche
Publication Date: 2013-02-15
Number of pages: 132
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Americans are worried about their future, the future of their country and what is in store for their children. The news is dominated by debate over rising taxes, lower social security benefits, increased government spending, higher tuition cost and how immigrants, legal and illegal are impacting our quality of life. Americans want an end to partisan politics, lies and exaggerations, they want answers. In this book, I will detail where our economy is headed and the impact the current immigration policies are having on our nation. I will share some powerful stories, and most importantly, I will share with you specific, proven strategies employed by businesses worldwide, that if implemented by our governmnet will ensure that America remains great and flourishes in the 21st Century. Immigrants: The Economic Force at our door is a revealing look at the economic impact of our current immigration policies, who is benefiting from them, and why it is hurting America. Without taking a political position, I detail what the impact of our current immigration policies are having on social security spending, unemployment, social services and demographics or our country. The book provides readers the oportunity to review all of the facts, including the most likely outcome of "doing nothing". More significantly, I propose several solutions, that if implemented correctly are designed to reduce short-term and long-term unemployment trends in the United States, relieve some of the financial pressure on our decaying Social Security administration as well as increasing entrepreneurism and capital flows in America.

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