Tamar Jacoby

ImmigrationWorks USA

Guest

President and CEO of ImmigrationWorks USA, a pro-immigration federation of small business owners; journalist and author and fellow at the New America Foundation; former senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a market-oriented conservative think-tank (1989-2007)

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