It seemed to me, while recently traveling in the northeastern U.S., that certain alien peoples crowded in certain unprestigious occupations. It seemed that most shuttle-busdrivers were west African, and most caregivers were either South American or ex-Soviet. Like most motel operators being dot-Indian. I got the idea that immigrants don’t mix. They form enclaves, maybe […]
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