Finnegan, William
July 2010
New Yorker;7/26/2010, Vol. 86 Issue 21, p19
The article discusses illegal immigration in the U.S. The author reflects on border security for U.S. states in the Southwest and the apprehension of illegal immigrants from Mexico. Emphasis is given to the economic aspects of unauthorized immigrant residents and topics such as anti-immigration sentiment among the public, legislation in Arizona to deny citizenship to Mexican-American children, and immigration reform proposed by U.S. president Barack Obama.


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