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“benefits to the economy as a whole” ($54 billion); “threatens to depress further the wages of blue-collar Americans” ($494 billion) More recently, the National Academy of Sciences concluded that immigration – at the current annual rate of just over 1 million – produces a $54 billion surplus for Americans. However — this is the part that reporters usually miss — the economic models that produce the $54 billion surplus also produce a 5.2 percent wage reduction for workers who are in industries new immigrants flock to. That 5.2 percent works out to $494 billion in redistributed wages from workers to people who profit from lower labor costs. You can call it corporate welfare. You can call it reverse-Robin-Hood redistribution. But you have to acknowledge it if you’re going to claim that immigration is a net benefit to the economy. The economist George Borjas puts it like this: If one wishes to believe that natives, on the whole, benefit from immigration and that the surplus is about $50 billion, it follows from the same calculation that native workers are sending a half-trillion-dollar check to their employers.- from We Wanted Workers, p. 158 Contrary to the reporters’ assumption, not only can immigration generate a net economic surplus and harm workers at the same time, but that’s exactly what’s happening under our current system. If reporters have turned skeptical of the National Academy of Sciences, they can turn to a source they are more likely to trust…
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The book is “elegant, readable, sobering,” our critic Jennifer Szalai writes. “It extends a steadying hand when a breakneck news cycle lurches from one event to another, confounding minds and churning stomachs.” HOW FASCISM WORKS: The Politics of Us and Them, by Jason Stanley. (Random House, $26.) Looking across decades, Stanley argues that Donald Trump resembles other authoritarian nationalists, and places him in global and historical perspective to show patterns that others have missed. “Stanley is trying to spark public alarm,” Peter Beinart writes in his review. “He doesn’t want Americans to respond to Trump’s racist, authoritarian offensives by moving their moral goal posts. The greater danger, he suggests, isn’t hyperbole, it’s normalization.” LEADERSHIP: In Turbulent Times, by Doris Kearns Goodwin. (Simon & Schuster, $30.) Four exceptional presidents — Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson — give Goodwin the opportunity to offer moral instruction for future leaders. “Much more than in her narrative histories,” our reviewer, David Greenberg, writes, “Goodwin here explicitly takes up the formation of her subjects’ characters and how their most notable qualities equipped them to lead the country during trying times.” PALACES FOR THE PEOPLE: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life, by Eric Klinenberg. (Crown, $28.) Klinenberg, an N.Y.U. sociologist, argues for the importance of social infrastructure — public spaces to bring citizens together, whether a library or a park.
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