Immigration and the American Future (Paperback)
"Can immigration be expected to change America for better, or for worse? If we accept at face value President George W. Bush's claim that terrorism represents the gravest threat to America, as indeed it may, then we must ask ourselves whether terrorism, by itself, is capable either of obliterating the United States as-say-Rome eradicated Carthage from the map of North Africa, or of destroying it by effectively replacing the existing nation on what historically has been American soil with another and different nation. If the answer is 'No, ' then we must agree that the terrorist threat is in fact a subset of the immigration one-and that mass immigration is a greater threat to the survival of our country than any terrorist campaign possibly could be. Which, it seems to me, is saying a very great deal about the dangers posed to the United States by mass immigration." -From the Foreword, by Chilton Williamson, Jr., author of The Immigration Mystique: America's False Conscience.