Areas Where More Immigrants Settled a Century Ago Have Stronger Economies Today
The evidence suggests that, in the long run, immigration is good for America.
Hitler's Baby Pictures: The Diversity Paradox and Fear of the Normal
Evil needs a face and it doesn't look like your neighbor—or your child. Evil must be inhuman, other. The familiar is innocent. We let our guard down. This is part of the diversity paradox.
The Benefits of Bowling Alone: Why Mobility Leads to More Innovation
Too much social capital can be a bad thing, keeping people rooted where they are instead of encouraging them to follow the jobs.