Roger Lowenstein

Financial journalist

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Financial journalist and contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine

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Labor Day  celebrates America's working people, and one of the major issues impacting them is illegal immigration.

Immigration's Impact on American Wages

Labor Day celebrates America's working people, and one of the major issues impacting them is illegal immigration.

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