Not enough people like Republicans to assure them a win

July 2014
Moderate Voice;7/15/2014, p3
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The article presents the author's view on the political support made by U.S. President Barack Obama for the Republicans which could lead to immigration issues and general mayhem in the U.S. It mentions the impacts on the U.S. government failure to pass any immigration reform for the benefit of immigrants and the country's foreign relations. It also highlights the economic shift in the overall immigrant population in the country.


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