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According to the localist approach to local immigration policy, local problems associated with immigration prompt local policies that are shaped by local conditions and have local outcomes. The local conditions emphasized in this literature are the identity and ethnic composition of the local community, the competition between immigrants and natives for local resources, the local electoral politics and partisanship, the local bureaucracy, and the local mobilization of immigrant-supporting organizations. The local policy outcomes underscored in these studies are the civic organization of local immigrant communities, the level of local economic activity, and the local public safety.
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