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According to Thomas and Znaniecki, increased crime rates among recent immigrants to America was due to social
According to Thomas and Znaniecki, increased crime rates among recent immigrants to America was due to social disorganization.
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According to Thomas and Znaniecki, increased crime rates among recent immigrants to America was due to social disorganization.
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