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It’s Not 1910 Anymore


Just got finished taping an episode of the PBS show “Uncommon Knowledge
with The Corner’s own Peter Robinson as host
and Tamar Jacoby as the other guest. Peter will know when it’s supposed to
air. As usual, Tamar was gracious and the discussion was delightful — but
I never cease to be amazed at how the high-immigration side blissfully
dismisses the assimilation implications of the fundamental changes that our
society has undergone since the cultural revolution of the ’60s.
Multiculturalism is deeply rooted in every institution of our society –
every school, every church, every daycare denter, every corporate human
resources department — and we face a long, twilight struggle to root it
out. How can we justify admitting 1.5 million immigrants, legal and
illegal, each year?


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