Hispanic voters are poised to have an unprecedented influence on the 2016 election, Stanford historian Albert Camarillo said. Key battleground states are home to increasing numbers of Hispanic voters, for example.
History Professor Emeritus Albert Camarillo says that key questions in the immigration debate regarding native-born children and separation of families remain unresolved and problematic.
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In the first of what will be a century-long series of periodic studies on artificial intelligence, top scientists say, “It is not too soon for social debate on how the fruits of an AI-dominated economy should be shared.”
History Professor Jack Rakove says that the value of deliberation, a founding principle of the Republic, has been deeply damaged by primaries and professional politicians.
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