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How ‘dreamers’ and green card lottery winners strengthen the US economy

Ethan Lewis, Dartmouth College While President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans have long decried illegal immigration and proposed remedies like the wall and mass...

Post-DACA: How Congress can replace Obama’s program and make it even...

Wayne Cornelius, University of California, San Diego President Donald Trump has asked Congress to do what former President Barack Obama and his Deferred Action for...

The US and Mexico: Education and understanding

Earl Anthony Wayne, Hamilton College and Sergio M. Alcocer, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) Last week, officials from the U.S. and Mexico revitalized their...

In today’s anti-immigrant rhetoric, echoes of Virgil’s ‘Aeneid’

Boatloads of refugees put ashore in Italy after a wearying journey at sea; the city they adored, Troy, now a smoking ruin...

How Trump’s immigration enforcement could affect families and communities

William D. Lopez, University of Michigan When immigration officers forcibly remove individuals from their homes, it impacts the psychological, emotional and economic well-being of their...

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