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The Contribution of Legal Immigration to the Social Security System

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Stuart Anderson, National Foundation for American Policy, march 2005.

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The Debate Over Immigration’s Impact on U.S. Workers and the Economy

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Stuart Anderson, National Foundation for American Policy, July 2006

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Council of Economic Advisors, Immigration’s Economic Impact, June, 2007

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http://georgewbush-whitehouse.archives.gov/cea/cea_immigration_062007.html

Council of Economic Advisors, Economic Report to the President, Chpt 9, June 2007

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http://www.gpoaccess.gov/eop/2007/2007_erp.pdf

Articles about the economic impact of immigration

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Judith Gans, Immigrants in Arizona: Fiscal and Economic Impacts, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, The University of Arizona, 2008.

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Children at the Border: The Screening, Protection and Repatriation of Unaccompanied Mexican Minors

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Produced by Appleseed. Download the PDF: UACReport_FinalPrintedPDF.pdf

Children in Immigrant Families: Ensuring Opportunity for Every Child in America

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Children in Immigrant Families: Ensuring Opportunity for Every Child in America
By Wendy Cervantes and Donald J. Hernandez
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REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN AND MINORITIES ON CORPORATE BOARDS STILL LAGS FAR BEHIND NATIONAL POPULATION

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A report by NJ’s US Senator Robert Menendez on the levels of diversity in the most successful US companies, including senior leadership, board officers and suppliers.
RESULTS OF MENENDEZ’S MAJOR FORTUNE 500 DIVERSITY SURVEY: REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN AND MINORITIES ON CORPORATE BOARDS STILL LAGS FAR BEHIND NATIONAL POPULATION
Minorities represent 14.5% of corporate boards; women 18%. One of most successful corporate diversity surveys ever — 219 of Fortune 500 responded; 71 of Fortune 100.

CorporateDiversityReport2.pdf

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