Citizen Pain

Skerry, Peter; Fernandes, Devin
May 2006
New Republic;5/8/2006, Vol. 234 Issue 17, p14
The article discusses the debate in America over illegal immigration. To those leading the charge to seal our borders, illegal immigrants are law-breakers who should be prosecuted and sent home. Advocates for the undocumented consider illegals victims who are exploited by employers and pushed to the margins of society.


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