Your view is incredibly myopic… wages would rise (really?)=>food
Kathryn Gorges

Are you suggesting we have only been able to harvest crops (only a single example of low-skilled work] by importing cheap labor? History suggests otherwise. An understanding of economics tells us that our food does not reflect its true costs. And, as with so many other distortions of market forces, the result of that interference spreads out through the whole economy through such social costs as reduced tax revenues, increased poverty subsidies, and the social impacts of an unassimilable population that imposes additional burdens on tax-funded educational institutions. It is incredibly naive to think that our only concern should be to have the cheapest food possible