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Fence sitters

Democrats are having a grand old time watching the Republican rumble over immigration. But with divisions on the issue within their own party, they may soon have to decide where they really stand.

By Drake Bennett
April 9, 2006

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PERHAPS THE MOST STRIKING thing about the heated and ongoing national debate on immigration policy has been the extent to which it is taking place within only one of the nation's two major political parties. (Full article: 1638 words)

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