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Dear Editor:
Ali Alexander's letter takes exceedingly little account of American history. In his letter he seems to be saying that past immigrants to America were, if not well-educated, at least literate in English as well as their own language. I'm quite certain that the multitudes of Irish, Italians, and other Europeans who came to the US many years ago seeking a better life were not well-educated, if they were educated at all, and I am positive many of them did not know English. They seem to have done just fine here a few generations later. This is a chance that Mr. Alexander seems to be unwilling to give others from "Third World" countries.

Justin
Chicago, IL



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