SOURCE: Boston Review
by Steve Kantrowitz
Instead of seeking to overcome their association with slavery, antebellum African American activists built their activism around it. We can learn from this history.
To carry out mass deportations, thousands of new immigration and customs agents would be hired, and local police officers and sheriff’s deputies would be recruited. To do that, the president would need the cooperation of state, county and city officials. What if he does not get it?
by Christopher N. Lasch
Sanctuary cities’ resistance to immigrant rendition, like northern resistance to slave rendition, takes place in that part of the law that is reserved for local action and upon which the federal government cannot intrude.
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