Friday, March 16, 2007

The Human Consequences of the New Bedford Raid

The Christian Science Monitor (here) follows up on the New Bedford raid last week.  Accoring to the story, the human consequences of the America's stepped-up immigration enforcement has brought into sharp focus the ethical conflicts inherent in a debate often presented in simple black and white. Depending on who is talking, illegal immigrants are lawbreakers or workers searching for a better life. They're exploiters of America's largess or victims of a capitalistic system that thrives on cheap labor.

KJ

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