EDITORIAL

Stephen Miller is the architect of family separation at the border. He must go.

Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen may be the face of the manufactured humanitarian disaster, but Miller is the brains.

SCOT LEHIGH

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Unless Trump supporters protest, they are enabling the president and his policy of separating families at the border.

Renée Graham

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In a country that has thrived on racial subjugation and white supremacy, what we’re witnessing at the border isn’t a glitch. It’s a feature.

Michael A. Cohen

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If Republicans are willing to accept the forced separation of children from their parents, they are willing to accept a lot worse.

JEFF JACOBY

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After Citizens United, our elected representatives spend countless hours courting the wealthy.

Opinion | Janelle Wong and David Silver

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A lawsuit against Harvard supports a false narrative about discrimination in college admissions.

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US immigration policy has doubled down in brutal fashion, now separating children from their parents at the border.

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The Trump administration has invoked the Bible to support its traumatizing and cruel border policy.

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JEFF JACOBY

Striking down the ‘millionaires tax,’ the SJC cleans up Maura Healey’s mess

The so-called Fair Share Amendment was a cynical ploy to get voters to do something they have repeatedly rejected in the past.

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Zero tolerance for what Trump administration is doing

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“When the country is so divided by a polarizing president, I would expect the Globe to refrain from sensationalism.”

EDITORIAL

Stephen Miller is the architect of family separation at the border. He must go.

Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen may be the face of the manufactured humanitarian disaster, but Miller is the brains.

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