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AP’s Today in History for July 1st

The Civil War Battle of Gettysburg begins; The first nuclear weapons test in peacetime; TR’s assault on San Juan Hill; Britain’s Princess Diana born; Hong Kong returned to China; Actor Marlon Brando dies.

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http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=quanto-costa-il-levitra-originale-20-mg-in-farmacia These U.S. industries can’t work without illegal immigrants
MARY JO DUDLEY, THE CONVERSATION

The nation’s attention is currently on the southern border, where the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy has caused a crisis over separated immigrant children.

Sometimes forgotten as the nation focuses attention on migrants currently trying to cross the border is that millions of undocumented immigrants continue to live in the U.S. – and most of them work.

And in fact, these workers play vital roles in the U.S. economy, erecting American buildings, picking American apples and grapes, and taking care of American babies. Oh, and paying American taxes.

My work as the director of the Cornell Farmworker Program involves meeting with undocumented workers in New York, and the farmers who employ them. Here’s a snapshot of who they are, where they work – and why Americans should care about them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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clomid drug class ‘We Need to Talk About the Future of the Democratic Party’: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Twitter Thread That Every Democrat and Independent Voter Should Read
Jon Queally, Common Dreams

Battling to unseat powerful Democrat and incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley from his seat in New York’s 14th Congressional District in next week’s primary, progressive challenger Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Friday issued a rousing challenge to her party—and its wouldbe voters—as she offered a critique of the status quo and explained why it is time for constituents to demand more and better from their elected leaders.

With less than a week to go, Ocasio-Cortez has an uphill battle in New York’s closed Democratic primary against Crowley, a veteran member of Congress who has climbed the ranks of the Democrat’s House leadership.

But on Friday, she had a few things to say about the campaign she is running and where she believes the party needs to be heading.

She started by saying, “We need to talk about the future of the Democratic Party.” And then it went like this:

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    • BobbyK on July 1, 2018 at 10:52 am
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  1. thanks BobbyK!
    especially for that last piece. After seeing those tweets I understand why some of the jerks at dkos are so dismissive of AOC.
    I cant’ agree with the Intercept article though – in America today you still win despite the socialist label not because of it.

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