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Article: Time For ICE Memo Critics To Chill by Carl Shusterman
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event San Diego CA, September 10 and 11 - The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership is pleased to present "Is Immigration Necessary? Work, Growth And The Future In The US And Japan." Speakers: Yasushi Iguchi, Frank Bean, Jeffrey S. Passel, Nana Oishi, Philip L. Martin, Ikuo Kume, and B. Lindsay Lowell. For more info, see http://ccis.ucsd.edu/2010/09/is-immigration-necessary/.
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