ON-Lion Letter

As President Barack Obama pursues executive action to reshape America's immigration system, the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C., will host a symposium of competing views on immigration reform and its compatibility with America’s founding principles, a free-market economy, and the evolving needs of modern America.  The event is being jointly sponsored by Hudson, the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), and Encounter Books.

On December 11, "Immigration After Executive Action:  A Symposium on Reform" will feature:  Hudson Institute senior fellow John Fonte, who directs Hudson's Center for American Common Culture; CIS executive director Mark Krikorian; Bradley Prize recipient and American Enterprise Institute (AEI) resident fellow Michael Barone; National Review Institute (NRI) senior fellow Andrew C. McCarthy; Cato Institute immigration-policy analyst Alex Nowrasteh; and Bradley Prize recipient and Washington Post columnist George F. Will.

The event marks the publication of the recent Encounter Broadside Open Immigration:  Yea & Nay, by Krikorian and Nowrasteh.

The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee supports Hudson's Center for American Common Culture, CIS, Encounter Books, AEI, NRI, and Cato, and Will serves on the Bradley Foundation's Board of Directors.

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