The article points to the fact that there is a close link between having restrictions’ of immigration attitude and possessing an isolationist thought along a broader array of foreign issues.
In critical analysis of the article, there harden feeling modernly by the citizens of America toward both undocumented immigrants and legal immigrants and the perspective depends on various issues (Espenshade & Hempstead, 1996). One aspect that is out standing in the article is the aspect of employment opportunity that the immigrants are feared to scramble with the residents. The research examines the concerns that exist in the minds of individuals that they fear competition by immigrants for jobs. There are concerns of economic insecurity the article analyzes that this further increases neorestrictionism. Another notable cause of fear and anxiety by great number of nationals is the concern for the tax burden. This is a challenge that can be critically be linked to the undocumented immigrants. They get into the country illegally, and those within the country end up straining in paying for their services and indirect taxes since the Federal government and the States government never account for them. Closely related to this are the social challenges that the article analyzes and hypothesize on the fears of illegal or undocumented immigrants in the States. One is the fear of insecurity and carrying new cultural traits in the country. Concerning insecurity the article confirms that many citizens still feel that the incidences of insecurity can be linked to the illegal immigrants crossing borders illegally in the country this is after the demarcation of the new border territory years back. The article also points to the fact that there is the rise in cases of neorestrictionism caused by anxiety over immigrants’ cultural impacts.
In the final section of their paper, there is data collected and analyzed in confirming hypothesis that there is still a lot of