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About the Webinar
Topic: Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration
Would Westeros be higher off if the Great Ice Wall by no means existed? Could giving unrestricted entry to the free people have made a distinction to the financial progress and well being of the near-bankrupt and the warring Seven Kingdoms?
Imagine if after a minimal background verify, you’d be free to reside, work, spend and die in any nation that you just wished to. What if shifting from Nigeria to New York is as relaxed and hassle-free as it’s shifting to a close-by metropolis?
Join the webinar session with Bryan Caplan, American Economist and a New York Times Bestselling writer as he talks on “Open Borders: The Science and Ethics of Immigration”.
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Keep an “Open mind” as Caplan considers and demolishes each argument towards open borders with a figurative Howitzer!
About the Speakers
Bryan Caplan: American Economist, New York Times Bestselling writer and Professor at George Mason University.
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