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Derrick Z. Jackson

A glimmer of hope on immigration

By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / May 17, 2006

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PRESIDENT BUSH slipped just enough humanity into his national immigration address to show this is one issue he sees with complexity. After saying he will send the National Guard to the borders and build new fences and walls, he acknowledged that millions of people are here to stay and millions are still going to try to come here to stay. (Full article: 734 words)

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