Courts Must Do Better on Immigration This Time

A century ago, the judicial system failed us. The courts bent and almost broke the Constitution to uphold exclusion and deportation. Today, judges, at the urging of volunteer lawyers across the country, are upholding constitutional values in the face of bigotry and fear.

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