The fare is less light this week, as the government of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, normally tough on illegal immigration, turns out to be tolerant of accepting French taxation on the work of illegal immigrant chefs. Now, these illegal immigrant workers seek the right to live in France legally.
Americans have long protested such stances. Perhaps you remember this 18th Century maxim? “No tax without representation!”? We started a little war over it: the American Revolution of 1776.
BBC: France’s immigrant chefs fight for legal life
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