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Monday, August 15, 2005

David Brooks on Immigration

A lot of posts about immigration today. I think this means that the country is beginning to debate the issue in preparation for Congress considering what to do about the President's guest worker proposal. One of my favorite pieces on the immigration issue is David Brook's column in yesterday's New York Times. As the debate intensifies, you're likely to see more posts here and everywhere about immigration. Enjoy it while it lasts.

The responses to Brooks' column by New York Time readers are interesting...

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