An End to Latino Immigration?

Sharp downturn would have a huge impact on immigration policy.

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In my Creators Syndicate column for the past week, I turned away from the then-impending Obama inauguration and looked at immigration. My thesis is that we may be seeing a sharp downturn in Latino immigration, which obviously has all sorts of implications—which I haven't fully thought through—for immigration policy. I note that some previous surges of migration stopped very suddenly, like the huge migration of blacks from South to North, which stopped abruptly in 1965.