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William Norman Grigg

Uncontrolled immigration threatens America’s unity and freedom, William Norman Grigg asserts in the following viewpoint. He maintains that changes to U.S. immigration policies have led to an increase in both legal and illegal immigration from non- Western and third world countries. According to Grigg, many of these newer immigrants come to the United States to take advantage of welfare services and racial-preference benefits at a high cost to taxpayers. Furthermore, Grigg contends that this large wave of immigration has fueled ethnic separatism and dangerously subversive politics. Stronger borders and stricter anti-immigration measures are therefore needed, he argues, to protect America’s institutions. Grigg is a senior editor for the New American, a biweekly conservative journal.

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