August 2014
Commonweal;8/15/2014, Vol. 141 Issue 13, p5
The article discusses the refugee crisis in the U.S. that occurred after the arrival of thousands of children from Central American countries across the Texas border. Topics discussed include the partisan conflict that followed the arrival, the staunch support of the religious community for displaced children, and the unlikelihood that Congress and U.S. President Barack Obama will be in agreement regarding the border crisis.


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