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Open borders? Closed societies? : the ethical and political issues
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Open borders? Closed societies? : the ethical and political issues

Author: Mark Gibney
Publisher: New York ; London : Greenwood, 1989.
Edition/Format:   Article : English
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Gibney
ISBN: 0313255784 9780313255786
OCLC Number: 498193449
Contents: Part I: Immigration Citizenship and Freedom of Movement: An Open Admission Policy? by Frederick G. Whelan Nationalism and the Exclusion of Immigrants: Lessons from Australian Immigration Policy by Joseph H. Carens The Force of Moral Arguments for a Just Immigration Policy in a Hobbesian Universe: The Contemporary American Example by John A. Scanlan and O.T. Kent Part II: Refugee Admission The Ethics of Refugee Policy by Peter and Renata Singer American Duties to Refugees: Their Scope and Limits by Andrew E. Schacknove Human Rights and U.S. Refugee Policy by Mark Gibney and Michael Stohl
Responsibility: edited by Mark Gibney.

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"An attempt to reform US immigration policy, the 1986 Simpson-Rodino bill was heralded as a much-needed mechanism for coping with the growing number of illegal aliens who enter the US each year. With Read more...

 
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