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Strangers to the Constitution:
Immigrants, Borders, and Fundamental Law
Gerald L. Neuman

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Acknowledgments
Ch. 1Whose Constitution?3
Ch. 2The Open Borders Myth and the Lost Century of American Immigration Law19
Ch. 3Constitutional Limits on Immigration Regulation in the First Century: Federalism Objections44
Ch. 4The Rights of Alien Friends within the United States52
Ch. 5The Geographical Scope of the Constitution72
Ch. 6Rights beyond Our Borders97
Ch. 7Crossing the Border118
Ch. 8Limits of the Polity: Political Rights of Immigrants in the United States139
Ch. 9Limits of the Nation: Birthright Citizenship and Undocumented Children165
Ch. 10Conclusion188
Notes191
Index277

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