A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That All Immigration Should Be Drastically Reduced Trailer

A Firing Line Debate: Resolved: That All Immigration Should Be Drastically Reduced Trailer (1995)

06 June 1995

Moderator Michael Kinsley starts out by drawing attention to the text of the resolution: "Note that word 'all.' This debate is not just about securing America's borders against illegal aliens. It's about cutting the total number of immigrants, both illegal and legal." New and old arguments about race, personal freedom, xenophobia and government policy all come into discussion.

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