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Pennsylvania's governor, Robert Casey, a Democrat dedicated to the working class, asked to speak at the national convention in New York City.I wonder if today the Democrats are making the same mistake on immigration. Lilla acknowledges that he is a pro-choice absolutist on abortion, but he argues that a national party must build a big tent that accommodates people who dissent from the main party line on a few issues.On the Democrats' homepage, by contrast, he noticed a set of links to "People," and when he clicked on them he got to pages specifically designed to appeal to one group or another – women, Hispanics, Native Americans, African-Americans, Asian-Americans.There have been two different agendas for American liberalism, according to Lilla. The first was Franklin Roosevelt's – a collective, national effort to help all Americans participate in the country's economic and political life. Legal immigration in America has expanded dramatically over the last five decades.Democrats should find a middle path on immigration.
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