As the old saying goes, “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
In 1986, acting on the recommendation of a bipartisan task force, President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Control Act. With good intentions, the law originally granted amnesty for those who paid a fine, took a citizenship test, learned English, and avoided criminal convictions. However, the Reagan Administration quickly learned that forged documents led to application numbers which far exceeded projections, and illegal immigration quickly returned to high levels. Now, 27 years later, it appears that the Senate’s “Gang of 8” is determined to repeat history.
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