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I have some doubts about Dr. Poston’s prediction. Mexico and the United States have a common border. When things get bad, undocumented Mexican immigrants can go home. Chinese immigrants are more vulnerable because they don’t have the same option. There are millions of Mexican and Mexican Americans that are able to help undocumented Mexican immigrants settle in the U.S. That’s not the case for Chinese immigrants. Finally, Latinos represent a political force to be reckoned with, which is not the case for the Chinese.

Susan I. Nelson

Thank you for your comment. I found Dr. Poston's study surprising.

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