Paul12292 Wrote:
Mar 21, 2013 1:15 AM
As legendary diplomat George Kennan wrote in his memoir Around The Cragged Hill: "There will be those who will say, 'Oh, it is our duty to receive as many as possible of these people and to share our prosperity with them, as we have so long been doing.' But suppose there are limits to our capacity to absorb. Suppose the effect of such a policy is to create, in the end, conditions within this country no better than those of the places the masses of immigrants have left the same poverty, the same distress." [continued]