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Borders

About 20 years ago, there was an interesting left-handed pitcher for the Duluth-Superior Dukes, a very bad team in a league beneath the status of “minor”—minuscule, I might call it, though I am glad to know that there are still a few small-town...

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  • EDITORIALS

    The More the Merrier

    Almost since the passage of the Immigration and Naturalization Act of 1965, critics of American immigration policy have been suspicious of the political advantage the Democratic Party was taking of this crucial piece of legislation.

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    Un Hombre, Un Voto

    Were the authors of the 14th Amendment able to jump forward 150 years, however, they would no doubt be scratching their heads over the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Evenwel v. Abbott, handed down in early April.

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