How the Immigration Act Has Changed America

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On its 50th anniversary, we look at the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, which has changed the face of America. A nation dominated by white people from Europe has become a real ethnic melting pot — with lasting consequences — social, economic and political.

Also on the program, with Israel and the Palestinians back at the UN, we hear how a street in Jerusalem demonstrates their differences -- physically and symbolically.

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Warren Olney