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Amidst the venality, small good news from Arizona, where a judge sided with humanity and migrants arguing that conditions in U.S. concentration camps are "punitive and violate the Constitution" - thus meagerly gifting them, after a five-year lawsuit, a voice, a blanket and decent food. It's one of several rulings against Trump's barbarity to newcomers - who, in a stirring, buoyant citizenship ceremony in Maine this week, vitally reminded us America's still here, just waiting to be reclaimed.

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