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Canada’s Brain Gain Strategy

The U.S. should refashion its immigration laws to look like its northern neighbor’s.
A group celebrates their citizenship in Canada, where newcomers are selected partly by economic potential.

NO ISSUE has driven the politics of the 2016 election like immigration. Donald Trump has capitalized on economic and racial anxieties by promising to build a wall on

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