This anthology is a compendium of opinion on the extent, law-enforcement, citizenship-possibilities, and potential reform of the U.S.'s immigration practices. The writings in this anthology have been selected to introduce your readers to a wide array of divergent viewpoints on topics relating to immigration. Written by foremost authorities, these essays express contrasting views on issues such as illegal immigration and immigration reform. Each chapter asks a relevant question about the topic, and the viewpoints that follow are grouped into "yes" and "no" categories. This format provides readers with a concise view of different opinions on each topic. Contains extensive book and periodical bibliographies.