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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  V    PREDOMINATE 88 19 139 59 78 59 118 29 4
2  N    TRIAD 86 112 152 13 74 57 14 95 6
3  N    RESPONSIVENESS 37 149 278 29 27 92 89 84 5
4  J    CONDITIONAL 64 107 123 91 27 46 124 73 4
5  N    URBANIZATION 194 10 254 81 47 31 135 44 4
6  N    MP 135 3 105 59 22 41 45 63 3
7  J    INDEFINITE 89 5 36 74 69 55 46 10 4
8  N    ANTAGONISM 117 8 114 87 99 58 32 15 6
9  J    AUXILIARY 56 44 29 12 48 74 182 7 2
10  N    RETRIEVAL 17 114 53 15 32 157 161 30 21
 

's recommendations were based both on critiques of the 1986 and 1990 immigration reform laws and on a growing sentiment that as America entered the twenty-first century immigration should be reduced from its record levels. This sentiment was reflected in annual Gallup polls, votes on measures such as California's Proposition 187, and studies showing new immigrants doing less well today than in previous times. It was also shown in increasing hostility toward new arrivals in immigrant-heavy states such as California, Arizona, and Florida -- hostility that showed signs of spreading to other parts of the country. Yet only five years later, immigration into the United States is at its highest absolute levels in history: more than 1.1 million annually, some 400,000 higher than the previous high-water mark of around 700,000 annually during the 1900-1920 "Great Migration "(though as a percentage of population, today's rate of immigration, 0.4 percent, is actually lower than that at the turn of the century, 0.7

 
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