Mexican Immigrants Weigh Issues of Assimilation

Mexican immigrants, who make up 37 percent of all recent immigrants, differ substantially from other immigrants in many categories. How well — and, more importantly, how much — are they assimilating? NPR's Richard Gonzales report.

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