The Changing Character of U.S. Immigration
ason Richwine discusses the connection between culture and immigration. The relationship is not generally discussed, yet culture is a key aspect of immigration.
Richwine observes that different groups assimilate to different degrees. He discusses previous immigrant waves and their nationality, as well of the success of immigrant nationalities in achieving economic parity with mainstream America.
Presented at the Social Contract held its 36 Writers' Workshop conference in Washington, DC, September 30, 2012.
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