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Dear Editor:
I'm curious about Ali Alexander’s tax analysis. I'm not a mathematician so I don't actually know the answer to this but if immigrants make up about 20% of the population does that mean they are making 20% of the money? It seems that minorities in this country make less than others so, lets take African Americans, who make up about 13% of the population in the US, if they don't make much money (which they don't on a whole) then they would not pay 13% of the taxes. Isn't that the same for immigrants? I am sure they don't make as much as their Caucasian counterparts, no one does, so why would they pay a portion of the tax burden that equals their population percentage?

Justin
Chicago, IL



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