Immigration in America: The Vietnamese

The Vietnamese-American community is finding that a first wave of post-war immigrants seemed better equipped than later arrivals to realize their dreams in the United States. NPR's immigration series is based on results of a survey by NPR, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports.

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