Saporta Report - Humanitarian Relief and the American Way

Saporta Report - Humanitarian Relief and the American Way

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Posted
8/19/14

The migration of 60,000 unaccompanied children to the United States from Central America this year has been rightly dubbed a humanitarian crisis by observers across the political spectrum. It’s not the first time a surge in migrants has overwhelmed the capacity of the United States to respond. Perhaps the most famous example in recent memory was the so-called Mariel Boatlift from Cuba, which saw more than 120,000 refugees arriving in the United States between April and September 1980.

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