America's future problem won't be too many immigrants, but too few. A "gray tsunami" is coming as the global population simultaneously shrinks and ages, producing an acute worldwide shortage of working-age people. As Shikha Dalmia explains, immigration reformers must get over their parochial understanding of world trends and position America to effectively compete for foreign workers come crunch time.
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