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2 percent of their combined 1970 population levels. 4 percent of its 1970 population). Note that the figures reported in Table 2 indicate that net migration was positive nationally. This phenomenon was due to heavy net migration from abroad during the 1970s. S. S. immigration recorded during the decades between 1880 and 1920. Immigration appears to have increased to even higher annual levels during the 1980s. S. internal migraton is a zero-sum game. Thus, migrants 49,061 56,590 62,813 34,838 49,137 58,854 75,349 43,165 Pop.
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