Magazine May 17, 2010, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

• Even if the new law does not work against illegals, maybe it will keep liberals out of Arizona.

• Is the new Arizona immigration law more like the March on Rome or Kristallnacht? More like apartheid or Selma 1965? Critics are answering All of the Above, in the greatest freakout of the chattering class since last month, when it was warning the tea partiers to eschew all overheated rhetoric. Arizona made it a state crime for an alien not to have documents on his person proving his legal status, which has long been a federal offense. The new law says

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