Reflections: Immigration: The Polish paradox | The Economist

Relative proportions of immigrants from Northw...

Relative proportions of immigrants from Northwestern Europe (red) and Southern and Eastern Europe (blue) in the decades before and after the immigration restriction legislation. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

My reblog of the Economist article on Immigration, with my two cents, has become my hottest article of the month. Check it out if you missed earlier:

 

Immigration: The Polish paradox | The Economist

 

Whilst Income Inequality is clearly America’s No. 1 issue, in Europe and especially the UK, the focus is on immigration. As a result of changes to EU Law, effective January 1 2014, the flood gates will open for mass Bulgarian and Romanian immigration.

 

Any thoughts?

 

 

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  1. Pingback: Reflections on my top 20 blogs in nearly three years of blogging « Dr Alf's Blog

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