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The Massive Immigrants Rights Protests of 2006 Are Still Changing Politics

Popular uprising have ramifications that go beyond immediate legislative results, and they can alter the climate of political debate.
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A Nation of Immigrants Speaks

With 7 out of 10 Latinos voting to re-elect Barack Obama, Republicans are debating whether to alter their hardline immigration stance
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The Unstoppable DREAMers

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Fight Inequality, Don’t Scapegoat Immigrants

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Labor Day: Immigrants Build the U.S. Economy

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The Immigrant Rights Movement After Arizona

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Momentum–Not Numbers: Why the Tea Party Has Become a News Obsession

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(Over)Counting the Tea Partiers