Comment: Top Articles And News For March 2020



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Article: Anticipating the Impact of the Coronavirus on U.S. Unemployment Rates and EB-5 TEA Determination By Sam Silverman

Blogging: Immigrant of the Week: Alberto Pérez By Greg Siskind

Blogging: Immigrant of the Week: Charlize Theron By Greg Siskind

Blogging: Using pandemic as pretext, Trump continues assault on immigrant human rights and rule of law, setting stage for fascist dictatorship Part 1 By Roger Algase

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Headline: 'Trump,' 'chaos,' 'money:' What Mexico and Canada said when asked for one word to describe US Click here
Headline: Pandemic, border crackdown hamper Catholics' aid to migrants Click here
Headline: Undocumented Immigrants Laid Off From D.C. Restaurants Worry About the Future Click here
Headline: They Cleaned Other People’s Homes. Now They Fear They’re Sick Click here
Headline: Immigration Can Save Lives During America's COVID-19 Crisis Click here

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Letters of the Week

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North American Borders in Comparative Perspective By Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera and Victor Konrad University of Arizona Press, 424 pp. Hardcover, 0816541043, $95.00.

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