Heather Mac Donald

Manhattan Institute

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Heather Mac Donald is afellow at the Manhattan Institute, a conservative think-tank in New York City. She is co-author of The Immigration Solution: A Better Plan Than Today's and author of Are Cops Racist?: How the War Against the Police Harms Black Americans.

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