Regions of rural America are being reshaped by growing numbers of immigrants who are choosing small-town life over the bright lights of the big city. This study found that immigrant settlers may have a big impact on small, rural communities—sometimes straining resources but also offering promise for reinvigorating dying communities.
National Report Volume 1, Number 3
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Jensen, Leif, "New immigrant settlements in rural America: problems, prospects, and policies" (2006). The Carsey School of Public Policy at the Scholars' Repository. 17.
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