Out of the Shadows

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Author(s) National Review editorial board
Source National Review
Date June 8, 2007
URL http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=YmI2YmI4YmE1YzVkYzVkNjYwYjc3MjA1Y2NhNzRkMDk=
Quotes-start.png "Instead of “comprehensive” reform, Bush should choose a second option: consecutive reform. During this debate, both the comprehensivists and their opponents have stressed the critical need to control the border and to give employers a reliable system to verify the legal status of their workers. There is no reason that either imperative should wait on resolution of the amnesty or guest-worker questions." Quotes-end.png

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