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3 Alb. Gov't L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/aglr3 and id is 1 raw text is: ALBANY GOVERNMENT
LAw REVIEW
Volume 3                    2010                     Issue 1
Immigration Policy in the United States: What's Next?
Table of Contents
Foreword
Benjamin L. Loefke                                        vii
Introduction
Comprehensive Immigration Reform: What Congress
and The President Need to do to Make It Work
Daniel Griswold  ix
Articles
From Importation of Slaves to Migration of Laborers:
The Struggle to Outlaw American Participation in
the Chinese Coolie Trade and the Seeds of United
States Immigration Law
Renee C. Redman     1
Why Immigration Reform is Critical
Margaret W. Wong, Scott Bratton,  57
Lori Pinjuh & Francis Fungsang
Residence in the United States Through Investment:
Reality or Chimera?
Leslie K L. Thiele & Scott T. Decker 103
The Gift of Understanding
Bruce J. Einhorn  149
World Migration and Trading Regimes
Jagdeep S. Bhandari 169
Regulating Immigration at the State Level: A Focus on
Employment
Careen Shannon  218
The Limits of State and Local Immigration
Enforcement and Regulation
Yule Kim 242

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