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The Secret of America’s Success with Immigrants

I think the reason for this is actually pretty banal. Americans mostly don’t do deep, lifelong friendships. This is probably because they generally prefer wide social networks with lots of shallow relationships (nb I do not use ‘shallow’ here with … Continue reading

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Foreigners as Immigrants under the Skin

Back in the day, probably no country ever was as good at incorporating immigrants and making them feel welcome (or at least not un-welcome) as the US (though Canada or Australia might be contenders and Brazil and Argentina had their … Continue reading

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