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The Global in the Local

The biggest change the suburbs will see? Immigrants who used to flock mainly to urban areas will build homes, open businesses, and create their own communities right in the middle of Anytown, USA.

By Peggy Levitt
May 27, 2007

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IN 10 YEARS . . . "I would like to see the neediest people in Boston have something to lift them up. Have their wages improved and see the environment improved. I would also like to see more hospital substations in the suburbs for people who can't get to Mass. General or the others because the traffic congestion really frightens ... (Full article: 1509 words)

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