Illinois Town, Transformed by Immigration, Thrives

The Cargill plant and the community that depends on it are emblematic of two changes in U.S. immigration. The first is the shift of job-seeking immigrants from big cities to rural and suburban areas. The second is the crackdown on illegal immigration.
June 22, 2012

The Cargill plant and the community that depends on it are emblematic of two changes in U.S. immigration. The first is the shift of job-seeking immigrants from big cities to rural and suburban areas. The second is the crackdown on illegal immigration.

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