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Date of ebook: 1962
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Anna Stoll not only typed multiple versions of each chapter but coordinated the many tasks required by the supporting field projects and the various stages of the manuscript. Thanks to her diligence and competence, the idea of this book has become reality. 1 Nine Stories 1 After spending eleven days in jail for antigovernment activities, Remedios Díaz Oliver and her husband, Fausto, left Cuba in 1961. A graduate of two Havana business schools, she went to work as a bookkeeper for Richford Industries, a container distributor.
Similarities include the predominantly urban destination of most newcomers, their concentration in a few port cities, and their willingness to accept the lowest-paying jobs. Differences are more frequently stressed, however, for the “old” immigration was overwhelmingly European and white, whereas the present inflow is, to a large extent, nonwhite and comes from countries of the Third World. The public image of contemporary immigration has been colored to a large extent by the Third World origins of most recent arrivals.
1 Not everyone in even the major sending countries has immigrated or is planning to do so. Compared with the respective national populations, those who decide to migrate generally represent a minuscule proportion. 2 The question can thus be reversed to ask not why so many come but why so few have thus far decided to undertake the journey, especially when difficult economic and political conditions prevail in many sending countries. Moving abroad is not easy, even under the most propitious circumstances.