Lant Pritchett

Professor of Public Policy, Harvard University

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Professor at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government and author of Let Their People Come: Breaking the Gridlock on Global Labor Mobility; former economist with the World Bank (1988-1998)

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John McCain  is at odds with the  Republican Party  base, while  Barack Obama  and  Hillary Clinton  are courting Hispanic votes.

Immigration: The Issue That Isn't There

John McCain is at odds with the Republican Party base, while Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are courting Hispanic votes.

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