Immigrant Entrepreneurs Rise to New Challenge

As the flow of immigrants to suburban and small-town America outpaces the growth of bustling ethnic centers in New York, many foreign-born entrepreneurs . . . are facing an unfamiliar crossroads. In the city, rising rents and density hamper growth, while swelling ethnic enclaves in the suburbs generate competitors. Yet in other places, opportunity beckons as never before, as immigrants expand the tastes of mainstream America. (New York Times, Tuesday)

The spirit of America can be in anyone.

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Coming to America: The Benefits of Open Immigration by Thomas E. Lehman