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Political Science Quarterly...offers a diversity of well-argued perspectives on the contemporary American debate over citizenship.
— Peter Andreas, Harvard University
The volume's major contribution is to provide a theoretical background for the general themes of U.S. immigration law and policy.
The selections are high quality and the book holds together as a whole. The combination of longer essays and shorter responses would work well in any upper-division or graduate class which treats the topic of immigration at length, and many of the contributions counter the prevailing wisdom, which may spark energetic classroom conversation. For those wishing to enter into the current conversation, this volume is a better starting place than most.