How open borders died in five countries

Source: EconLog
by Bryan Caplan

“Back when the United States allowed free immigration, other governments actively encouraged it! Indeed, the U.S. looks like the least pro-immigrant country of the bunch. Canada tried a little harder to attract immigrants, Australia, Argentina, and especially Brazil once tried mightily to recruit them, and the U.K. continued to actively promote immigration until at least 1930.” (10/10/18)

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