The Left Case Against Open Borders

The ultra-wealthy can afford to live in the borderless world they advocate for, but most people need a coherent, sovereign political body to defend their rights as citizens

Delano grape strikers to urge workers to join them on October 20, 1965, in Hayward, California. (The word ‘huelga’ in Spanish means ‘strike.’) Photo: Bettmann/Getty Images

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