immigration dynamics: jargon psyche

immigration dynamics: jargon psyche

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Clementon, NJ

#1 May 9, 2013
Since the globalization policies of bold American President Teddy Roosevelt, and perhaps some time before then, America has seen a consistent conflagration of immigration.

Indeed, America was founded in the democratic founder's policy, conducive to multi-ethnic settlement pioneering.

However, this plurality encouragement has also created many ethnic minority groupings in America as immigrants from the Far East and Mexico continue to add to the nation's minority populations.

This demographic dynamism not only creates linguistic pluralities and kaleidoscope sub-culture dialects, but it also creates political obligations to contemplate the social profitability of Affirmative Action policies designed to forward economic incentives to minorities who face settlement challenges.

These sociological considerations ironically reflect the psyche marketability of the culture-shift Hollywood (USA) movie "White Man's Burden" (1995).

Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?

God bless!

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