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November 25, 2007

America Hasn't Learned From Europe's 'African Immigrant Problem'

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues

Clearly, America hasn't learned from Europe's African immigration problem, a situation best described as:

As second and third generation immigrants from the Middle East and Africa come of age, Europe is grappling with the challenge of protecting its own values while searching for a solution to the social ills - alienation, segregation, poverty, illiberalism and terrorism - associated with immigration.
Will the U.S. continue in the same direction?

Highly related: France In Flames: Immigration, Not "Discrimination", Is The Problem

Posted by Richard at November 25, 2007 10:59 AM

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