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In his cover story for the October issue of Prospect, the economist Paul Collier argues (£) that for too long we have allowed xenophobes to set the terms of the immigration debate in this country. Contrary to what the xenophobes contend, the right question to ask about immigration is not whether it’s good or bad, but rather how much is enough. Immigration controls are necesssary, therefore, but we need better ones. “What is embarrassing about current … controls,” Collier…

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