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An American Reader Eyes British Immigration Stirrings

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An Australian Reader Has His Eye On The New York Times

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An Ex-Hippie Reader Blesses Us with Peace and Love…Sort Of

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A friendly lawyer writes from the District of Columbia

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A Reader Says We Shouldn`t Be Called “Anti-Immigration.”

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A Democratic Reader Wonders If He`s Alone

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A Reader Points Out The Gregorian Calendar Is Politically Incorrect

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A Reader Notes That Hayek Worried About Immigrants

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Equal Opportunity Satire On J. Goldberg From The Texas Mercury

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A Reader Rebukes Jacoby

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