• Why don't you start by comparing the patterns of immigration to Europe, and those to America -- they are different patterns -- partly due to the colonoial era, and partly due to the fact that America is post colonial itself, but now has economic tentacles that have re-colonized the world. A significant portion of American immigrants fuel those tentacles, meanwhile many European immigrants stock underclasses that are a hangover from colonial times. Immigrants make America richer -- I don't think they'd say the same in Europe, that is my perception. Partly based from having European relatives, who, by my Canadian/American values seem very rascist, and very insensitive to the immigrant experience.
  • 2-5-2017 Your question is so broad that it would take more than one book to give a vague answer.

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