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“Trump’s War on Demographic Change.” Daniel Altschuler and Jennifer Epps-Addison. Medium. April 10, 2017.

“How White Progressives Should Respond in the Era of Trump.” Medium. December 21, 2016.

How Progressives Should Respond to the Specter of Trump: Don’t Mourn, Organize.” Daniel Altschuler. Daily Kos. July 19, 2016

“Following Historic Election, Suffolk County Leads the Way on Immigration Issues.” Americas Quarterly online. November 14, 2012.

“Immigration Leaders Join Together with Alabama Activists.” Americas Quarterly online. December 19, 2011.

“Cautious Optimism in Response to President’s Immigration Announcement.” Dissent‘s “Arguing the World.” August 23, 2011.

“A Day Without Immigrants: Georgia’s Anti-Immigration Law.” Huffington Post. July 1, 2011. Also at Americas Quarterly.

“Movement Building Time for Immigrant Rights Groups.” Dissent‘s “Arguing the World.” June 6, 2011.

“Immigrant Youth Movement Takes a Civil Rights Lesson.” Dissent’s “Arguing the World.”March 21, 2011.

“The DREAM is Not Dead.” Americas Quarterly. March 18, 2011.  Also at The Huffington Post.

“A Bad Election Menu for Guatemala: The Iron Fist and Conjugal Contuismo.” Americas Quarterly. March 16, 2011.

“Investors for Immigration Reform.” Americas Quarterly. March 3, 2011.  Also at The Huffington Post.

“What will Immigration Reform Advocates Learn from DREAM’s Defeat?” Americas Quarterly. January 10, 2011. Also at The Huffington Post.

“DREAMing of Citizenship: An Interview with Gaby Pacheco.” Americas Quarterly. December 15, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Key Questions as DREAM Debate Heats Up.” Americas Quarterly. December 13, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Wikileaks and the Honduran Coup.” Americas Quarterly. November 29, 2010.

“National Immigration Conference Kicks Off, But Can It Shift the Debate?” The Huffington Post. September 30, 2010.

“Labor’s Stand for Immigration Reform: An Interview with Eliseo Medina.” Americas Quarterly. September 8, 2010.

“Grassroots Efforts for Immigration Reform: Voices from Michigan, New York, and Colorado.” Americas Quarterly. September 1, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Legislative Prospects for Immigration Reform: An Interview with Marshall Fitz.” Americas Quarterly. August, 19, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Organizing for Immigration Reform: An Interview with Deepak Bhargava.” Americas Quarterly. August 16, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“In Honduras, Rural School Jobs Handed to President’s Supporters.” Americas Quarterly. July 26, 2010.

“Anniversary of a Coup: Insecurity, Impunity, and Isolation in Honduras.” Americas Quarterly. July 1, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Honduras’s Truth Commission Controversy.” Americas Quarterly. April 23, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Constitutional Court Orders Removal of Guatemalan Education Minister.” Americas Quarterly. February 26, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“The Honduran Dam Controversy and Micheletti’s Legacy.” Americas Quarterly. February 19, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Central America’s Rule of Law: Guatemala Captures Portillo but Honduras Rewards Micheletti.” Americas Quarterly. January 27, 2010. Also at The Huffington Post.

“As Central America’s Economies Struggle, Guatemala Digs in for a Tax Fight.” Americas Quarterly. December 25, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Lynching Persists in Guatemala.” Americas Quarterly. December 15, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“From Tegucigalpa.  Preliminary Election Analysis, Part Two.” Americas Quarterly. December 9, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“From Tegucigalpa.  Winner is Clear, but Turnout Questions Remain.” Americas Quarterly. November 30, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Sunday’s Elections Left as Risky Option in Honduras.” Christopher Sabatini and Daniel Altschuler.  The Huffington Post. November 27, 2009.

“The Clergy and the Coup.” Americas Quarterly. November 20, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“The Municipal Politics of the Honduran Crisis.” Americas Quarterly. November 17, 2009.

“Stakes Rise for the United States in Honduras.” Americas Quarterly. November 10, 2009.

“After Optimism, A Predictable Standstill in Honduras.” Americas Quarterly. October 21, 2009.

“Against the Odds, Progress in Honduras?” Americas Quarterly. October 15, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Soccer and the Political Standstill in Honduras.” Americas Quarterly. October 12, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Racism and Xenophobia in the Honduran Crisis.” Americas Quarterly. October 7, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Honduran Leaders Fumble, Crisis Worsens.” Americas Quarterly. September 30, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“The Rural Population is the Third Face of Honduras in this Crisis.” Americas Quarterly. September 29, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Independence Day Revealed Deep Divisions in Honduras.” Americas Quarterly. September 18, 2009. Also at The Huffington Post.

“Hunger in Guatemala: the Other Story in Central America.” Americas Quarterly. September 16, 2009.

“Tense Stand-off in the Run-Up to Honduran Elections.” Americas Quarterly. September 10, 2009.  Also at The Huffington Post.

“Political Upheaval in Honduras: Elections will help, but not cure the problem.” Daniel Altschuler and Javier Corrales.  The Huffington Post. July 23, 2009.

“Is the OAS Against Democracy?” Javier Corrales and Daniel Altschuler.  July 7, 2009. The Huffington Post.

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