Much of the media coverage of the immigration reform debate has focused on political intrigue: whether there will be one bill or several, whether House Speaker John Boehner will allow a vote on a bill if less than half of his caucus supports it, whether newly naturalized immigrants and their allies will become Republican or Democratic voters. These questions provide fodder for small talk at cocktail parties inside the Beltway and endless analysis by political scientists and commentators.

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