Roy Beck is someone who started a non-profit organization that is committed to explaining the impact of immigration. The organization also works with public officials, people and groups who want to advocate for sound public policy. The founder has published two books and several research papers. One of the books is titled “The Case Against Immigration: The Moral, Economic, Social, and Environmental Reasons for Reducing Immigration Back to Traditional Levels.”
He has also appeared on several radio programs as a guest speaker. In his career as a writer, he has lectured at various colleges in the United States. He spoke about the benefits of reducing immigration levels to a number that is half that of the current level. Roy Beck was born in Illinois on the 10th of March, 1945. His family had Czech ancestry, but he was born in Switzerland because his parents lived there during World War II.
He received his formal education in the United States. He attended public schools and graduated from high school in 1963 at sixteen. Immediately after high school, he went to the University of Chicago, where he studied philosophy, sociology and political science. He earned a degree in philosophy and a bachelor’s degree in social science by 1966. After leaving the University, he got a job as a staff accountant at Price Waterhouse, an accounting firm that is one of the top firms in America. He also worked as a clerk at the Sullivan, Stapleton & Brown law firm. He worked there between 1967 and 1968.
Roy Beck started his organization in the United States in 1999 called, NumbersUSA. It is an organization that wants to emphasize the need to reduce net immigration levels to a lower level. Before starting this organization, he had worked for various non-profit groups for many years. All these previous engagements helped him formulate his views on this issue and make it clear in his writings and speeches and on various radio programs he appeared on.
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