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”Debate on Hispanic Crime” with Ron Unz and Jason Richwine
Social Contract 2010 Writers Workshop, October 26, 2010

Ron Unz part 1. Ron Unz, publisher of the American Conservative, discusses the myth of immigrant crime. Ron Unz contends that crime rate among immigrants and illegal aliens – particularly hispanics – is much lower than commonly believed.

(Republished from RonUnz.org by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Race/Ethnicity • Tags: Hispanic Crime, Immigration, Race/Crime 
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