Marc Rosenblum, an International Affairs Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, gives a riveting presentation on the problems he sees with current attempts to reform immigration laws and offers potential solutions that he believes will lead to a more just and effective immigration system. This talk is sponsored by the Center for Comparative Immigration Studies and the Institute for International, Comparative and Area Studies at UC San Diego and California Western School of Law. (#11407)
U.S. Immigration Reform: Can The System Be Repaired?
Date: 2/6/2006; 56 minutes