Stephen Klineberg

Rice University

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Professor of sociology at Rice University in Texas and leader of the Kinder Houston Area Survey, which has tracked demographic changes and perceptions in that city for over 30 years

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Nobody expected it, but the Immigration Act of 1965 quadrupled the number of new arrivals, increasing the population by 59 million people.

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