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Argument: Taxpayers are often resistant to aiding migrants in schools

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Jason Deparle. "Global Migration: A World Ever More on the Move." New York Times. June 26th, 2010: "One realm where migration has particularly powerful if largely unstated effects is school finance. Political scientists have found that white voters are more likely to oppose spending plans when they perceive the main beneficiaries to be children of immigrants (especially illegal immigrants). The outcome, of course, affects all children, immigrant or 10th generation."

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