Immigration Critic Spotlights the White in the Red, White, and Blue
By Joel Kotkin
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s ImmigrationDisaster
Random House ¨ 327 pp. ¨ $24.00
Review of Alien Nation
By Jerry Adler, Newsweek, July 9, 1995
Like millions of Mexican-American teenage girls, I still remember where I was when I learned that Selena had been shot. I was on my way t...
By Walter Goodman
The New York Times, June 15, 1995
Review of Firing Line Debate
The title of tomorrow night's "Firing Line" debate, "Resolved: All Immigration Should Be Drastically Reduced," is not in...
The Philadelphia Inquirer—Editorial
An immigrant-bashing mood is rising in America.
Last year, Californians voted to cut off public education and welfare benefits for illegal immigrants. This year, Con...
The Ottawa Citizen
June 11, 1995,
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration DisasterBy Peter BrimelowRandom House of Canada;327 pages; $ 33.50
Reluctant Host: Canada's Response to Immigra...
AsianWeek | June 2, 1995
By Carlos Mendez
Peter Brimelow is the naughty, but honorable British schoolboy posing as a champion of the common man. His controversial new book, "Alien Nation," pleads that ...
By Christopher Hitchens
Los Angeles Times
May 21, 1995
The first requirement of any person commenting on immigration is, it seems, that he or she say what is really on his or her mind. Peter Brimelow m...
By Daniel Stoffman
The Toronto Star
Alien Nation: Common Sense About America's Immigration Disaster
By Peter Brimelow Random House, 306 pages, $33.50
In Canada, immigration is usually portrayed as a l...
By Thomas Sowell
May 18, 1995, Copyright Creators Syndicate Inc.
Peter Brimelow may become the Charles Murray of immigration, even if his book "Alien Nation" never sells as many copies as "The Bell ...