The Costs and Benefits of Immigration
Darrell M. West seeks to reframe the public debate over immigration policy by arguing that the benefits of immigration are much broader than popularly imagined and the costs more confined. He contends that in spite of legitimate fear and anxiety over illegal immigration, immigrants bring a “brain gain” of innovation and creativity that outweighs real or imagined costs.
Attack Politics: Negativity in Presidential Campaigns Since 1960, Lee Sigelman and Emmett H. Buell, Jr. Reviewed by Darrell M. West
The Talk of the Party: Political Labels, Symbolic Capital and American Life, Sharon E. Jarvis Reviewed by Darrell M. West
The Buying of the President 2004: Who's Really Bankrolling Bush and His Democratic Challengers: And What They Expect in Return, Charles Lewis Reviewed by Darrell M. West
Television Advertising in Election Campaigns, Darrell M. West
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