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11. The Economics of Immigration and a Border Wall

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Bob provides an introductory framework on how to analyze the economics of immigration, as well as the politics involved in this controversial topic. The point isn't to pick sides, but to sharpen everyone's arguments. For example, make sure your arguments about immigration don't "prove" that having babies makes a country poorer. For more information, see ...

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Bob provides an introductory framework on how to analyze the economics of immigration, as well as the politics involved in this controversial topic. The point isn't to pick sides, but to sharpen everyone's arguments. For example, make sure your arguments about immigration don't "prove" that having babies makes a country poorer.

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