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01-04-2016 | Feature Article | Issue 2/2016

Society 2/2016

Immigration: The Cultural Dimension

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Society > Issue 2/2016
Author:
Lawrence M. Mead

Abstract

The immigration debate has ignored effects on American culture. The United States has become a multicultural society, which is good, but rapid immigration threatens to turn it into a mainly Latin American and Asian country. That would undermine the individualist culture, derived from Europe, that is essential to American world leadership. Damage to the society’s dynamism and civility is already apparent. Immigration must be cut by half and other steps taken to promote assimilation.

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