In her review of Roy Beck’s Back of the Hiring Line for American Affairs, Pamela Denise Long urges her readers to look at the history of great waves of immigration through the eyes of “one of our nation’s oldest citizen groups, American Freedmen.”
Long is a Newsweek contributor and a regular guest on Rising. Here she is, discussing taxpayer-funded benefits for people who are in the country illegally:
In her article for American Affairs, Long urges her readers to look at the history of great waves of immigration through the eyes of "one of our nation's oldest citizen groups, American Freedmen." She cites several historical accounts and data points from the book to make the case that "mass immigration is once again harming the interests of multigenerational black Americans from multiple directions."
JEREMY BECK is a V.P., Deputy Director for NumbersUSA
Updated: Tue, Sep 27th 2022 @ 1:59pm EDT