Activists with the pro-immigration organisation 'United We Dream' block traffic on H Street in Wahsington DC in 2014 during a rally to protest President Barack Obama's decision to delay for two months his revisions of deportation policies. Photo: EPA
Richard Wong
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The View by Richard Wong

Race and identity now the central dividing line in American politics, not economics

And internal divisions within each of the main parties also makes it difficult for either to successfully mount any economic policy without the cooperation of the other

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Activists with the pro-immigration organisation 'United We Dream' block traffic on H Street in Wahsington DC in 2014 during a rally to protest President Barack Obama's decision to delay for two months his revisions of deportation policies. Photo: EPA
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