Vietnam refugees

The US Opened Its Borders to 750,000 Refugees After the Vietnam War and It Can Do so Again

Today’s refugees from Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, along with the millions of people displaced by U.S.-backed military interventions in Iraq and elsewhere in the Middle East, deserve comparable consideration, especially given the U.S. role in disrupting their lives

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