02 October 2005

Selective law enforcement: We are all illegal

This is an awesome article, the author Arnold Kling, in discussing the selective enforcement of immigration laws reviews the important issue of the selective enforcement of laws in general, exposing how the selective enforcement of laws undermines the principle of the rule of law, a key pillar of successful societies.

He returns to what for me is the side issue of the benefits of immigration before ending in a pro-American panegyric (but that's the nature of essays - you have to finish on a grand, meaningful note, or so my English teacher told me.)

A Case for Immigration


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