Arizona's Crafted Out of Bitterness, Racism

Gordon, Phil
April 2010
Tennessee Tribune;4/29/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p1A
The article reports on the aspect of the new U.S. Senate Bill 1070, an immigration bill which requires police officers to trample the civil rights of residents in Arizona on pursuit of illegal immigrants.


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