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Column: Ex-Atty. Gen. Gonzales Says Changing 14th Amendment Won’t Change Immigration Crisis

Alberto Gonzales

Ex-Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales

By Alberto Gonzales
Washington Post Op-ed

Like most Americans, I am a descendant of immigrants and a grateful beneficiary of the opportunities available to our nation’s citizens.

My grandparents emigrated from Mexico in the early 20th century seeking a better life, and they found it working in the fields and dairy farms of Texas. Diversity is one of the great strengths of the United States — diversity fueled by the migration of ethnicities, cultures and ideas.

Today, however, there is virtually universal agreement that our immigration process is broken. While security on our southern border has improved in the past decade, it remains inadequate in a post-9/11 world.

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