Presents a collection of essays that look at the effects of immigration in the United States after 1965 and how it affects traditional American values and practices; how the courts, states, and Congress are responding to immigration; and the nature of American citizenship.Essays on Immigration and Citizenship Peter H. Schuck ... The most disillusioned of us may conclude that citizenship should be a privilege that requires us to be better in order to claim it, a prize that can be ... The American constitutional community includes citizens, legal resident aliens, and in some cases, illegal aliens.
|Title||:||Citizens, Strangers, and In-betweens|
|Author||:||Peter H. Schuck|
|Publisher||:||Basic Books (AZ) - 1998|