The melted pot

February 1999
Inc.;Feb99, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p25
Focuses on the changes in Chamblee, Georgia. Why immigrant entrepreneurs are attracted to the area; Previous xenophobia and economic backwardness in the city; Plan approved by the government for immigrants in Chamblee; How the transformation affected the attitude of the residents.


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