Assim começa o texto de Tyler Cowen e Daniel Rotschild.
We should not trust government to know what kind of laborers we will need 20 years from now. The ready presence of immigrant workers — including the unskilled — makes all businesses easier to start, and thus spurs American creativity.
We should not forget that immigration is good for the immigrants themselves. It often means the difference between extreme poverty and the good life.
Para reflexão: pode o Estado fornecer este “bem público”, o conhecimento sem falhas? Pode o mercado ser superior ao Estado neste caso?