Contra Richard Nadler, no one of any significance has argued that people’s human value should be determined by how much they pay in taxes versus what they get in government services. What people, whose immigration-policy views look suspiciously like Nadler’s, have argued is that low-skilled immigration — legal and in some cases illegal — will help the government’s fiscal situation. This does not appear to be true.
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