"Love thy neighbour"—yes, but so many neighbors?

Cascading into the United States like a rainbow-hued waterfall have come Cubans, Vietnamese, Cambodians, and Guatemalans following on Cape Verdeans, Mexicans, and Puerto Ricans following on Hungarians, Poles, and Russian Jews. In other countries the influx may be Indian, Pakistani, Japanese, or Arab.

There's little question in the eighties that we are rapidly fulfilling a prediction of the sixties—the world as a "global village."

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