In Spain, Backlash Against Immigrants

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Spain is one of the world's top migrant destinations. Spaniards largely sympathized with migrants, remembering that many of their own parents went abroad for work. But as the economy slumps, popular opinion is shifting. Jerome Socolovsky reports.

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