Is there any economic justification for concern over immigration?

Last month, the voters in Britain opted to leave the European Union out of a desire to control immigration policy. In the Republican primary, both Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Donald Trump enjoyed broad support for proposing significant changes to U.S. immigration policy, such as deportations for undocumented workers and building a wall on the southern border. Even in Canada, there has been concern over foreign purchases of real estate, and the ease at which some foreigners have, effectively, purchased citizenship.This rising trend in anti-immigration sentiment has often been met with accusations of prejudice or worse. Is there any economic

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