Katharine Donato

Vanderbilt University

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Chair of the Sociology Department at Vanderbilt University and member of the Advisory Board of the Mexican Migration Project, a 29-year-old academic study of immigration at Princeton University and the University of Guadalajara

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In the 1990's, conditions in Mexico produced a flood of illegal immigrants to the United States.

Why Are Mexicans Staying Home?

In the 1990's, conditions in Mexico produced a flood of illegal immigrants to the United States.

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