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German Economic Fears May Have Roots In Age-Old Prejudice

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With Bulgaria and Romania now full-fledged members of the EU, the number of citizens from those countries migrating to Germany for economic reasons is expected to double. That's causing worry in Germany — much of it apparently unfounded — that these migrants will be a drain on the German welfare system. As it turns out, this concern may simply be a way of justifying long-standing prejudice against the Roma.
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