Synopses & Reviews
This groundbreaking book insists on the new, unavoidable truth: large international migrations have permanently altered many countries in the world and transformed their politics. The authors explore the implications of these changes in the United States, Canada, and Europe.
"The message that pervades this book is that population numbers, though important, are often less significant than the interpretation given to those numbers, especially by ambitious politicians. Demographic conflicts do not result from primordial group tensions but from calculated political decisions and campaigns."--Jack A. Goldstone, The New York Times Book Review