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In Books, Newspapers and on Television, Professor Allen is a Multimedia Moralizer 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - 8

 
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I was surprised and challenged by my students. I was moved to write a newspaper column attacking the “slap in the face” argument and defending amnesty. After the column was published in the Star-Ledger, I posted it on the class course portal.

My students’ views of moral justice in immigration differed from my own. I suspect that on a range of issues the moral values of other people differ from my own. But I am no less enthusiastic about moral engagement. Together, as communities of difference and similarity, we craft the ethical foundation on which American law will rest.

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