Letter: Would the Governor Have Let My Family Die? 

Dear Editor,

I owe my existence to England letting in Holocaust refugees. I feel so sad that our state wants to keep refugees out now.

I had thought that everyone learned a lesson from the Holocaust. The U.S. turned away Jewish refugees, leaving many of my people to die in concentration camps. How can states wish to do that again?

Alene Anello

Alene Anello is a third-year student at Harvard Law School.

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