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Monday, May 24, 2010

The Better Angels of Our Nature: Responding to Arizona's Immigration Law

Those are two different things that you are talking about Romulus. In the first place, if a law is unjust, unfair and even unconstitutional, it must be condemned, i.e., when the abolitionists condemned slavery they did so on this basis -- so too did those that condemned the Japanese Internment camps during World War II, the trail of tears, Jim Crow. There is a long history of folks condemning unjust laws in this great nation. That argument is separate from the argument of coming up with solutions.
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