Jeremy R. Levine and Carl Gershenson (Harvard): From Political to Material Inequality: Race, Immigration, and Requests for Public Goods. Jeffrey M. Schmitt (Florida Coastal): Immigration Enforcement Reform: Learning from the History of Fugitive Slave Rendition. Cesar Cuauhtemoc Garcia Hernandez (Capital): Creating Crimmigration. Alissa R. Ackerman and Rich Furman (Washington) and Meghan Sacks (Fairleigh Dickinson): The New Penology Revisited: The Criminalization of Immigration as a Pacification Strategy (and more). From The Social Contract, a special issue on immigration and the end of the American Dream. Tom Romero (Denver): Observations on History, Law, and the Rise of the New Jim Crow in State-Level Immigration Law and Policy for Latinos. John D. Skrentny and Jane Lilly Lopez (UCSD): Obama's Immigration Reform: The Triumph of Executive Action. Elina Treyger (George Mason): The Deportation Conundrum. A history of exclusion: Prerna Lal Schubiner on U.S. deportation policy since 1882. Anna O. Law on lies, damned lies, and Obama’s deportation statistics: Confusion about immigration statistics lies behind the debate over Obama as the "deporter in chief." Nora Caplan-Bricker on what it will take for Obama to satisfy his immigration critics. Benjy Sarlin on how America’s harshest immigration law failed. Cedric Gordon on when diversity for diversity's sake is not enough: Should black immigrants receive the benefit of affirmative action at the detriment of native blacks? Benjamin Newman, Todd K Hartman, Patrick L. Lown and Stanley Feldman on how humanitarian values and cues tend to promote support for immigration reform in the United States, including a more permissive immigration policy. For immigrants, the ROI on Americanized names is pretty good.

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