Immigration Dialogues: Fall 2018 Calendar

October 29: Deep Dive Into Immigration, Part 1 Immigration history with Columbia University professor Mae Ngai, a national authority on the subject,. The three-part series is an exploration into our immigration laws and how they have been applied over the years, the role immigration has played in our country, and the reality of immigration today. Monday, […]

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Book Review: The Politics of Immigration

This book offers illuminating context on immigration issues. It also provides useful talking points, facts and figures for chatting up anti-immigrant co-workers. By Eve Ottenberg, Labor Notes February 15, 2018 After Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials terrorized undocumented workers by raiding 7-Elevens nationwide last month, and with 800,000 federal workers’ jobs on temporary shutdown […]

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The Ammunition to Answer Back: Counterfire on The Politics of Immigration

The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers(Second Edition) 372 pp, $24 pbk, ISBN 9781583676363 By Jane Guskin and David L. Wilson Reviewed by Orlando Hill “‘I’m not against immigrants. I’m against illegal ones. … Our country is already too full. We must put a limit on how many can come in. We simply can’t afford it. They’ll put too […]

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NYC, Oct. 11: Panel Discussion on Immigration

Note: Politics of Immigration co-author David L. Wilson will be signing books at this panel. Deportation, DACA, and the Sanctuary Movement Socialist Action Panel on Immigration Wednesday, Oct. 11 from 6:00 to 8:30pm Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria, 2113 Amsterdam Avenue, at West 165 Street (1, A, C stops) Father Luis Barrios, the priest at Holyrood […]

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NYC, Oct. 8, 4 pm: Haitian Community Forum with the authors of the book The Politics of Immigration

Join Mobilization for Amnesty for All this Sunday, October 8, for a book presentation and open discussion with Jane Guskin and David Wilson, the authors of the newly published second edition of the book The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers. Sunday, October 8, 2017, 4pm – 7pm PS 399 – Stanley Eugene Clark Elementary School 2707 Albemarle […]

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Preview: The Politics of Immigration 2nd Edition

Google Books now has a limited preview of the second edition of The Politics of Immigration: Questions and Answers, which was released in late May. The preview is searchable; it’s made available by the distributor, New York University Press. Click here to order the book directly from Monthly Review, the publisher

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Coming to the 2017 Left Forum?

Drop by the Monthly Review book tables! Friday, June 2 – Sunday, June 4 John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 W 59th St, NYC 10019 Pick up discounts on new MRP books, classics, the Monthly Review magazine, the Socialist Register, and Merlin Press books! Attend Monthly Review & Socialist Register panels! Rural Proletarian Revolutions, Oklahoma, and Mexico, 1917 Hannah Holleman, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, John […]

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It’s Out Now!

The second edition of our book is now ready for shipment, and it’s hard to imagine a better time for a concise guide to the realities of the United States’ immigration system. Despite its many difficulties–the Russia investigation, the steady stream of “alternative facts” from the White House, the growing resistance to its agenda of […]

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The Immigration Chronology Is Now Available Online

Today we’ve enhanced the website with the new edition’s “Immigration and the Law: A Chronology.” In addition to the material in the book, the web version has hyperlinks to the texts of the laws and court decisions. We can also update it as new legal issues arise, and we can make improvements and add material. […]

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