Border Wars, Part 3

At length, however, the national origin system became unworkable, unfair andincreasingly obsolete. So it was abolished in 1965. But its replacement was hardly any better since it was not governed by economics andwork-seeking. Instead, 6% of the total quota was reserved for refugees—with thebalance allocated to family reunification (74%), professionals, scientists and artists(10%) and workers […]
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