"In the past in the United States and Western Europe, attitudes toward immigration did not fit so clearly on a left-right axis. The left was divided between organized labor, which largely opposed large-scale immigration as appears to be the case in Korea," said Louis DeSipio, political science professor at University of California, Irvine. … "So, the positions on immigration have come to a clearer left-right divide," he said.

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