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Could anyone suggest primary sources and reliable secondary sources on current anti-immigration sentiment in the U.S.? I'm teaching a history course on migration in world history from the 18th century until the present, and for the last unit, I'd like to do something about the last few years. For instance, an essay analyzing Trump's or Sessions's hostility to undocumented migrants. I'm particularly interested in good pairings of primary and secondary sources. Primary sources could include speeches, visual artifacts, campaign ads, etc.
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