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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  V    INDEX 44 45 128 38 31 35 95 26 33
2  J    PRESERVING 55 15 61 48 26 47 80 27 9
3  J    SOCIOPOLITICAL 209 62 172 78 114 132 74 11 0
4  V    NETWORK 30 58 35 26 29 18 109 27 63
5  N    CONJUNCTION 40 23 38 25 133 31 310 5 1
6  N    TRANSCRIPTION 76 43 174 6 162 23 125 71 9
7  N    SUSTENANCE 59 14 71 27 48 103 49 19 0
8  J    LABELED 26 50 83 20 35 53 80 40 6
9  J    INSTANTANEOUS 23 8 26 29 41 62 151 51 6
10  J    COMPENSATORY 25 117 90 156 24 34 78 46 7
 

from the Philippines, Korea, Vietnam, China, and Cambodia. Most of the people from these countries remain in the West Coast states, especially California. A second wave comes from Mexico and is made up mostly of Mexicans but also includes Salvadorans, Nicaraguans, Guatemalans, Colombians, and others from Central and South America. These people enter the U.S. mainly through California and Texas; significant numbers also enter through Arizona and New Mexico. Many enter illegally. Immigration and Naturalization Service estimates, which are very conservative, put the number of illegal entrants at one to three million per year. Both of these waves continue to be highly publicized. The populations of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Colorado, Washington, Utah, Oregon, and Nevada are becoming younger and more diverse, largely as a result of these new immigrants. The third wave of immigrants, which will be the subject of this article, has received much

 
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