Op-Ed

July 26, 2014 7:00 PM

When the children of Central America have homes — and hope — they will stay home

In story after story in newspapers and on television, we have seen the faces of desperate children crossing U.S. borders and being met by frustrated and hostile citizens. Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, especially, have seen thousands fleeing in an effort to claim a better life.

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