American Immigration Institute

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The American Immigration Institute is a program of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution. It was responsible for at least two reports.

  • "A 1990 survey of 38 leading U.S. economists (including seven Nobel winners), conducted jointly by the Hudson Institute, the American Immigration Institute, and the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution, found that 80 percent believe that 20th-century immigration has had "a very favorable impact on the nation's growth." Not a single one thought the impact had been unfavorable." [1] [2] [3]
  • Julian Simon & Ather Akbari, "The Truth About Immigrant 'Quality'", American Immigration Institute, Arlington, Va, April 1995 [4]
    A 26 page document that can/could be ordered at AdTI. [5]

In February 1994 [6] the committee members were:

Co-Chairman: Rudy Boschwitz, Raymond Flynn

Advisory Board:
Daniel Buck, Administrative Assistant, U.S. Congress
Mitchell Daniels, Eli Lilly
Robert L. Hill, Fragoman, Del Ray & Bersen, P.C.
Prof. Rita Simon, American University
Prof. Julian Simon, University of Maryland

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