Eyal Press

Writer, based in New York City

Guest

New York City-based writer whose article, "Do Immigrants Make Us Safer?," appears in the December 3 issue of the New York Times Magazine

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In the year 2000, a national survey showed that 73 percent of Americans thought immigration is "somewhat or very" likely to increase crime.

Does High Immigration Equal Low Crime Rates?

In the year 2000, a national survey showed that 73 percent of Americans thought immigration is "somewhat or very" likely to increase crime.

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