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Jacob Vigdor

Choices to make on immigration policy

By Jacob Vigdor
May 19, 2008

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ARE TODAY'S immigrants having a harder time blending into society than their predecessors of a century ago? This question is central to the current immigration policy debate, but the answers we hear often rely on personal anecdotes or subjective opinion. The first annual Index of Immigrant Assimilation issued this week by the Manhattan Institute, which uses US Census data to ... (Full article: 703 words)

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