Help, not detention needed at border

Williams, Crystal
July 2014
Hill;7/24/2014, Vol. 21 Issue 85, p18
The author discusses the need for the president of the U.S. to help vulnerable children at the nation's border seeking refuge in the country instead of detaining them.


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