Immigration: The Changing of America - 1998


First published at 04:18 UTC on January 14th, 2018.

The Council Of Conservative Citizens:
The panelists discussed increasing immigration to the
U.S. They focused on the surplus of under-skilled labor that is
flooding the job market because companies are seeking cheaper
labor. After their prepared remarks the panelists answered questions
from the audience.

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The Council of Conservative Citizens was founded in 1988 in Atlanta, Georgia, and then relocated to St. Louis, Missouri. The CofCC was formed by some former members of the Citizens' Councils of America, sometimes called the White Citizens' Councils, a segregationist organization that was prominent in the 1960s and 1970s. Lester Maddox, former governor of Georgia, was a charter member.Gordon Lee Baum, a retired personal injury lawyer, was CEO until he died in March 2015.Earl P. Holt III of Longview, Texas is the president. Leonard Wilson, a former Alabama State Committeeman for both Republican and Democratic parties, sits on the CofCC Executive Board.

The organization often holds meetings with various other paleoconservative organizations in the United States, and sometimes meets with nationalist organizations from Europe. In 1997, several members of the CofCC attended an event hosted by Jean-Marie Le Pen's National Front party.

Following several articles detailing some of its members' past involvement with the White Citizens' Councils, several conservative politicians distanced themselves from the organization. One such politician was Bob Barr, who had spoken at CofCC functions, saying he found the group's racial views to be "repugnant," and did not realize the nature of the group when he agreed to speak at the group's meeting. Barr gave the keynote speech at its 1998 national convention.
Immigration: The Changing of America - 1998

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