Immigration Briefing Book: Theme Of The Latest Edition Of THE SOCIAL CONTRACT
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The latest issue of The Social Contract (Winter 2016) is now online. Highlights include Brenda Walker’s commentary on a recent Pew report revealing that less than half of America is now “middle class,” Ed Rubinstein’s demonstrations that most American jobs created since 2008 have gone to immigrants and that immigration is replacing birth as the factor driving population growth, Carl Horowitz’s review of Charles Murray’s By the People, a primer on illegal alien crime, and an article on the terrorist threat from “refugees.”

My contributions include a detailed review of Malkin and Miano’s Sold Out (for anyone not already persuaded to read it by John Derbyshire’s review) and reviews of Guillaume Faye’s Understanding Islam and Michel Houellebecq’s Submission.


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