Immigration reform should stay on front burner

In the wake of Tuesday's election, political analysts are busily predicting what the outcome means for Congress and the country. With Republicans now in the majority in the House of Representatives, many policies will probably change radically. What must not change, however, is work on immigration reform. Full Story »

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Sarah Kreager
3.7
by Sarah Kreager - Nov. 8, 2010

This opinion piece from SF Gate by Michael Honda and Scott does promote social capital because the subject of community and the word "we" pop up frequently. Both authors emphasis the importance of having racial communities throughout America, whether it be Asian communities or Latin communities. Also, the last two lines of the article are promoting social capital by wanting uniting America: "It's time to reunite America. No family excluded".

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