Italy's loss is America's gain

America has historically seen intermittent waves of immigrants (fig. 1: Ellis Island) arriving to its shores since the original European expeditions. The Italians have greatly contributed to this process not only with manpower but also with skills and resources which, interestingly, have significantly mutated in recent times from the traditional arrivals of the 18th and 19th centuries.

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