Comment: Melting Pot Temperature - The Wall Street Journal reports "New studies by scholars from both liberal and conservative think tanks conclude that members of the great wave of contemporary immigration, who flocked here in the 1990s, are integrating into U.S. society at a healthy clip and are more assimilated than their brethren in other countries… In a study to be released this week, titled 'Assimilation Tomorrow,' demographers Dowell Myers and John Pitkin of the University of Southern California track advances made by immigrants 20 years of age and older who arrived in the 1990s, based on the patterns of earlier waves who had been here a comparable amount of time and factoring in the recession. The authors conclude that that decade's arrivals, who hail mainly from Latin America and Asia, made consistent progress toward social and economic integration, until the recent recession." Please let us know your thoughts on assimilation of immigrants into America by commenting in our letters section or writing to us at email@example.com.
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