Barnes, Fred
November 1993
New Republic;11/8/93, Vol. 209 Issue 19, p10
Reports that U.S. President Bill Clinton is catching up with Republicans on the issue of illegal immigration. Contrast between Republicans' views and Democrats' views on illegal immigration; Congressional vote to increase the number of guards employed by the U.S. Border Patrol; Public opinion regarding immigration; Budget proposed by President Bill Clinton; Problem of Democrats' alienating Hispanic leaders; Government benefits that attract illegal aliens.


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