Illegal Immigration arguments in America have typically focused on economic issues. The September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks added a new urgency to the debate over illegal immigrants. This anthology includes graphic comments on economics, national security, and other aspects of this social controversy.
"Editor Mary Williams presents a representative and diverse collection of cartoons with commentary on a range of themes in this engaging series aimed at students."
-- Conscience (Spring 2003)
"Humor is a powerful weapon for opening up discussion, and the Opposing Viewpoints series has always included small cartoons that add wry perspectives. Lots of detailed, serious commentary frames the cartoons, and each volume begins with a long introduction that includes a history of the debate as well as a summary of court decisions and current viewpoints."
-- Booklist (July 2002)
Price: US $33.75