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It’s more than a little ironic that the core of Trump’s support comes from the very areas that are most reliant on immigrants to keep the towns alive. Trouble back home resonates here in Kennett Square. When I discovered the quaint town by chance on an early wintry evening in the 1980s, the men were […]
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The Deportation Machine

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On April 24, 2018
Another day, another deeply disturbing story about the Trump administration’s ethnic cleansing campaign. By all accounts, the Legal Orientation Program (LOP) has been a smashing success for the federal government. The program — which provides rudimentary legal guidance to people facing deportation — saves taxpayer money, speeds the court process, and has been praised by […]
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