Turns Out, Symbols Of Steyn’s Theories Are “Almost Touching”

[New York Times] It is an everyday symbol, touching almost, of Italy’s troubled demographics: an older Italian out for some air, at times arm in arm with an immigrant aide. The aides often are not here legally but have been tolerated because they do work few Italians do: care for the nation’s rapidly aging population.

But much as Italy is growing older, it is also more worried about crime. And in the eyes of many Italians, for whom immigration is a relatively new phenomenon, immigrants also have a central role in this.

The rest.

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One response to “Turns Out, Symbols Of Steyn’s Theories Are “Almost Touching”

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