James A. R. Nafziger The General Admission of Aliens under International Law 77 American Journal of International Law 804 (October, 1983) The past is never dead. It's not even past. It was a long time before we began to understand exploitation . It is possible that the struggles now taking place and the local, regional and discontinuous theories that derive from these struggles and that are indissociable from them stand at the threshold of our discovery of the manner in which power... 1998
Sherally Munshi You Will See My Family Became So American: Toward a Minor Comparativism 63 American Journal of Comparative Law 655 (Summer 2015) Your world is as big as you make it. I know, for I used to abide In the narrowest nest in a corner, My wings pressing close to my side. But I sighted the distant horizon Where the sky line encircled the sea And I throbbed with a burning desire To travel this immensity. I battered the cordons around me And cradled my wings on the breeze Then soared... 1998
Dominique Marangoni-Simonsen A Forgotten History: How the Asian American Workforce Cultivated Monterey County's Agricultural Industry, Despite National Anti-asian Rhetoric 27 Hastings Environmental Law Journal 229 (Winter, 2021) A symposium entitled Citizenship and Its Discontents could not be more timely. The end of the twentieth century has been marked by a lengthy debate in the United States, as well as in nations around the world, on citizenship and national identity. In response to mounting concerns about changes attributed to new immigrants, Congress in 1996... 1997
Lupe S. Salinas Deportations, Removals and the 1996 Immigration Acts: a Modern Look at the ex Post Facto Clause 22 Boston University International Law Journal 245 (Fall 2004) Founded on the ideal of equality under the law for all people, the United States has long prided itself as a nation of immigrants. From the welcoming words of Lady Liberty to the metaphor of the melting pot, America's history is replete with images of an inclusive society dedicated to the proposition that all parties to its social contract are... 1997
Alvin Hoi-Chun Hung DID EXCLUSION IGNITE CHINA'S DRIVE TO COMPETE IN SPACE STATION TECHNOLOGY? AN ANALYSIS OF THE TECHNO-LEGAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE WOLF AMENDMENT (2011) 2022 University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy 119 (Spring, 2022) Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door! [T]here must be a way to honor the country's founding ethic and overwhelmingly positive experience of immigration without potentially... 1997
Michael G. Bersani Flores V. Meese: Playing Hide and Seek with the Right to Physical Freedom-children Teach the Ins the Abc's of Due Process 43 Syracuse Law Review 867 (1992) I. Introduction. 622 II. Historical Context: Racial Discrimination Against Asian Americans. 628 A. Chinese Immigrants. 629 B. The Internment of Japanese Americans. 631 III. Affirmative Action. 634 A. The Conception and Implementation of Affirmative Action Programs. 634 B. The Absence of Asian Americans from the Affirmative Action Debate. 636 IV.... 1997
Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol , Kimberly A. Johns Global Rights, Local Wrongs, and Legal Fixes: an International Human Rights Critique of Immigration and Welfare "Reform" 71 Southern California Law Review 547 (March, 1998) I. Introduction. 834 II. A History of Exclusion and Deportation of Political Undesirables. 841 A. The Haymarket Riots. 844 B. The Wobblies and the Palmer Raids. 846 C. The Communist Threat'. 850 1. Some Chilling Tales. 850 2. The War Against Harry Bridges. 857 D. Modern Efforts to Monitor Political Ideology. 860 1. The 1990 Act: Limits on and... 1997
Michelle R. Slack Ignoring the Lessons of History: How the "Open Borders" Myth Led to Repeated Patterns in State and Local Immigration Control 27 Journal of Civil Rights & Economic Development 467 (Winter, 2014) I. What is an American? Citizenship and Race in the Creation of National Identity. 268 A. Citizenship and Race. 270 B. Citizenship and Loyalty. 278 II. Asian Americans Encounter Racial Identity and Hierarchy. 281 A. Race as a Social and Legal Construct. 283 B. The Creation of Black and White in America. 284 C. The Racing of Asian Americans. 289... 1997
James F. Hollifield , Valerie F. Hunt , Daniel J. Tichenor Immigrants, Markets, and Rights: the United States as an Emerging Migration State 27 Washington University Journal of Law and Policy 7 (2008) Immigration into the United States, both documented and undocumented, has grown steadily over the past two decades and now exceeds one million persons per year. In a time of shrinking government budgets, stagnant or declining real wages, and job instability, immigration has again become a politically charged issue. Whether based on fact, fiction or... 1997
Fatma E. Marouf Implicit Bias and Immigration Courts 45 New England Law Review 417 (Spring 2011) In Strangers to the Constitution, Professor Gerald Neuman explores the constitutional foundations of immigration law and aliens' rights in the United States. In this Essay, Professor Motomura explains that while Neuman makes a pathbreaking contribution to immigration law scholarship, much of his persuasiveness depends on two key premises. First,... 1997
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