One of the best looks at immigration I’ve read in a long time. As per usual Davidson looks at the economic impact.
He shows the fallacy of the idea that immigrants steal jobs. Whereas the staff here has long said that uneducated immigrants often take the jobs that Americans no longer want to do; cleaning toilets, manual labor and such, this article points to a different reality. The uneducated manual laborers make the entire cost of work done by better educated citizens less expensive overall which increases the amount of jobs available to citizens, not the other way around.
NYTimes: Debunking the Myth of the Job-Stealing Immigrant