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No Place for 200,000 People To Go - NY Times Sunday Review

My Op-Ed on Trump's decision on Temporary Protective Status for Salvadorans, up in today's New York Times opinion section.

The violence in El Salvador today is a direct result of both American foreign policy during the Salvadoran civil war and the immigration policy immediately following. In vowing to send nearly 200,000 people back to a country plagued by violence, we seem destined to repeat the same mistakes, with consequences perhaps even more dire than before.

Alex Wroblewski for The New York Times

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