So this last-best graph shows that migration for Puerto Ricans was deeply negative in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. It rose to much more moderate levels by the 1970s to 1990s. But as of the early 2000s, it began another steep decline. Remarkably, this most recent decline has occurred among Puerto Rican-born individuals, the foreign-born, and US-born individuals. That’s in fairly stark contrast to the post-war years, when immigration by the US-born partially offset islander outflows.
If you’ve always daydreamed about working at the New York Times and having witty, literate colleagues to discuss podcasts with over lunch, this is the podcast club for you. Every Friday for the past year, Times employees have been gathering informally to talk about podcasts – and now they’re opening up their club to everyone.