Debate video

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Intelligence Squared Debate: Let Anyone Take A Job Anywhere: The “for the motion” side included Bryan Caplan and Vivek Wadhwa. The “against the motion” side included Ron Unz and Kathleen Newland.

Should America Open Its Borders?: a debate with Bryan Caplan and Alex Nowrasteh on the “for” side and Mark Krikorian on the “against” side:

Caplan-Ting immigration debate: a video debate between Bryan Caplan and Jan Ting of CIS on immigration

Open Borders and Western Civilization debate between Bryan Caplan and Dr. Stephen H. Balch:

Bloggingheads video of a conversation/debate between Mark Krikorian, an immigration restrictionist, and Shikha Dalmia, who is generally supportive of expanded immigration.
Immigration Debate: Economics of Immigration Boom or Bust: Debate between Benjamin Powell (pro-open borders) and Richard Lam on immigration



Should We Welcome Open Borders?: The debate, sponsored by the Foundation for Economic Education, featured philosopher Jason Brennan on the pro- side and David Inserra of the Heritage Foundation on the anti- side.

Intelligence Squared Debate: Don’t Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses: The motion was essentially anti-low-skilled immigration. The “for the motion” side included Kris Kobach and Tom Tancredo. The “against the motion” (pro-migration) side included Julian Castro and Tamar Jacoby.

Should We Restrict Immigration or Let the Free Market in Labor Work? Benjamin Powell argued in favor of letting the free market in labor work. The opposing side was supposed to be represented by James Carafano, but he was unable to make us, so Scott Beaulier tried to play the role of opponent.

Debate between Jacob Hornberger and Peter Brimelow

The video seems to have disappeared from the Internet.

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