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Also in The Washington Post:

“It was completely created by the fact that we were a nation that was welcoming to immigrants. . . We allowed them to prosper, which is what people from Mexico and Guatemala and El Salvador and Liberia and Libya and all these people would be doing now if we let them. We need to help them find their place.”

Linda Ronstadt on how immigrants from Eastern Europe and Russia helped fuel the golden era of American music in the early 20th century. In an interview with our colleague Mary Jordan, the ’70s superstar discusses losing her voice to Parkinson’s and how the sex-and-drugs lifestyle of the era was exaggerated: Linda Ronstadt, coping with Parkinson’s, reflecting on life in memoir, ‘Simple Dreams’