Mass immigration creates problems for the left. Tighter borders can’t be the solution.
- November 30, 2018
- Michael Tesler, poli sci, via New York Magazine, Nov. 30, 2018
Many pundits have attributed the rightward drift of non-college-educated whites in
recent years to concerns over mass immigration. And that certainly appears to be part
of the story. But according to the research of University of California Irvine political
scientist Michael Tesler, a more important causal factor was the election of a black
president — which led many low-information white voters in the U.S. to realize, for
the first time, that the Democratic Party was more closely aligned with African-Americans
than the GOP was.
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