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- 07/22/01 , 9:00 am - “Indian Immigrant” Comments On “Asian” Rioting
- 07/19/01 , 9:00 am - Goldberg Recants On Nativism—Or Does He?
- 07/16/01 , 9:00 am - MORE MEXICANS? A READER DESPAIRS. PETER BRIMELOW CONSOLES HIM.
- 07/02/01 , 9:00 am - Goldberg Yields to Gottfried!
- 07/01/01 , 9:00 am - Two AZ Readers Are Shocked, Shocked At Any Mention Of R—
- 06/25/01 , 9:00 am - An Old American Comments on Sailer vs. Barone
- 06/19/01 , 9:00 am - A New Graduate Wonders About Her Commencement Day
- 06/06/01 , 9:00 am - An Indian reader asks, “Aren`t Immigrants Just Taking The Jobs Americans Are Too Stupid To Do?”; Norm Matloff Replies
- 06/05/01 , 9:00 am - Diversity Strikes in the City of Brotherly Love
- 05/29/01 , 9:00 am - Today’s Letter: A Reader Eavesdrops On Vicente Fox`s Weekly Radio Address