Arizona Demographics "Irreversible"—Except If There`s An Immigration Moratorium
March 24, 2011, 08:23 PM
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In a post called Arizona Demographics Irreversible...If" I mentioned several kinds of enforcement that could prevent the "irreversible" Hispanic takeover of Arizona. Peter Brimelow reminded me that I only mentioned things that affect illegal immigration. It`s also true that a lot of this "irreversible" stuff wouldn`t be so if there were a moratorium on legal immigration.

Remember, the United States actually had a de facto moratorium between 1924 and 1965, and it did lead to assimilation.

It didn`t lead to much change in voting patterns, though.  Steve King of Indiana said once that people who didn`t believe this should "go look for an Irish Roman Catholic Republican in Boston."