Cover title: American Legacy: History in the Making.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 189-199).
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction.The concept of citizens as bearers of the normative obligation to social justice, and why this concept fails to properly fulfill its function ;Why the science of economics is a reliable indicator of equality Chapter 1.The beginnings : a country governed by economic equality and the need for citizenship by means of assimilation : a governing intent to defeat the perils of exploitation Chapter 2.Anarchy and the need to define persons inimical to the public interest ;Interlude : equality, property, and citizenship in defense of national security ;Administrative efficiency and the 'integration' of persons inimical to the public interest ;Equality ill-defined : moral confusion surrounds the immigration laws Chapter 3.Disinformation and the immigration laws : unseemly bedfellows ;Rationalization applied : use of the immigration authority as a tool of administrative efficiency ;Radical equality : freedom of association under the First Amendment ;Detention as a tool of administrative efficiency : a broadening of categories and punishment ;Employment as a tool of administrative efficiency : the spreading of discrimination and crime 'Criminal aliens' as a tool of administrtive efficiency : citizenship and the furthering of economic interests ;Administrative efficiency and the unredeemable crisis of an ordered administration of the immigration laws, including consideration of the role of economic expansion ;Wisdom failed : arrest whom, for what? ;Technology as a tool of administrative efficiency : the origins of counter-terrorism Chapter 4.Anarchy and its exploits ;Murdering children : the outposts of the law Conclusion.All v. The many : the great lie.
KF4819.85 .K75 2011
American legacy : history in the making.
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