American-US prosperity has largely been built on a dual foundation: cheap land or expensive labor. Until the US Immigration Act of 1965, Ronald Reagan’s Amnesty of 1986 and North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA) opened up the floodgates of immigration (both legal and illegal) this formula basically held firm. When there was not enough labor, employers had to pay more rather than simply importing massive amounts
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