Latino Immigrant Wave Growing, Study Says

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The vast majority of new arrivals in this country are Latino. A study by the Center for Immigration Studies — a group that supports limits on immigration — questions whether these immigrants will become as assimilated into U.S. culture as their predecessors. Other academics say the notion that the melting pot won't work is alarmist. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports.



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