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Doctrine in the Desert: How Religion Informs the Immigration Debates

Doctrine in the Desert: How Religion Informs the Immigration Debates

Ananda Rose's new book explores the religious motivations of Southwest groups on opposite sides of the immigration question.
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If there's one truth all Christians can hold tight to amid the rancorous public debates about immigration, it's that the debate is ultimately about people. And nowhere is this reality starker than in the Arizona desert, where thousands of ...

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Jason Lee

September 12, 2012  9:08pm

Jack i thought that was the legal immigration process, where many who want to come to the US have to wait? But good idea about salary being allocated to social security and any other programs. Only question would be if we allow this, how many more "Illegal/Undocumented" individuals will come to this country?

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