Daniel Altschuler

freelance journalist

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Freelance journalist who has written extensively on US immigration politics for publications including the Christian Science Monitor and The Nation

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With no federal action on immigration reform, more states are passing crackdowns of their own.  Arizona  is old news.

Alabama, Illegal Immigration and the Presidential Campaign

With no federal action on immigration reform, more states are passing crackdowns of their own. Arizona is old news.

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Alabama has outdone  Arizona  with a punitive crackdown on illegal immigrants that was scheduled to become law tomorrow.

Alabama, Illegal Immigration and the Presidential Campaign

Alabama has outdone Arizona with a punitive crackdown on illegal immigrants that was scheduled to become law tomorrow.

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