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Have Migrant Marchers Moved On?

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Have Migrant Marchers Moved On?

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Have Migrant Marchers Moved On?

Have Migrant Marchers Moved On?

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In an op-ed in Tuesday's Los Angeles Times, author Gustavo Arellano argues that the diminished turnout at May Day marches suggests immigrants have made political progress. Arellano and callers discuss how far immigrants have come in a year.

Gustavo Arellano, author of Ask a Mexican!, contributing editor to the Los Angeles Times opinion page

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