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April 2003, Vol. 126, No.4
Immigration and poverty: how are they linked?Jeff Chapman
Economist, Economic Policy Institute, Washington, DC.
The growing immigrant share of the U.S. population was neither the sole, nor even the most important, factor in the relatively flat poverty rate from 1989 to 1999; in fact, poverty rates fell faster for immigrants than for natives.
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