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Immigrants Make up a Smaller Share of the U.S. Population Than They Did 100 Years Ago

Written by on October 23, 2017 in Demographics, Economics, Immigration 101, Integration with 0 Comments
Immigrants Make up a Smaller Share of the U.S. Population Than They Did 100 Years Ago

The United States has been created by successive waves of immigration over the course of centuries. Each wave of immigrants from different parts of the world has helped to build the U.S. economy and enrich U.S. society. And each wave of immigrants has provoked a chorus of dire warnings from nativists worried that the presence […]

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America’s Aging Crisis Will Only Grow Worse With Declining Immigration

Written by on December 20, 2012 in Demographics, Economics, Integration with 3 Comments
America’s Aging Crisis Will Only Grow Worse With Declining Immigration

As a recent story in The Economist notes, the conventional wisdom has long been that “because Americans have so many babies and welcome so many immigrants, they had more room to deal with the coming burden of pensions and health care for the elderly.” But that is no longer the case. The story goes on […]

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