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Immigration, Emigration, and MigrationNOMOS LVII$
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Jack Knight

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781479860951

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: September 2017

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9781479860951.001.0001

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Jurisdiction and Exclusion

Jurisdiction and Exclusion

A Response to Sarah Song

(p.69) 3 Jurisdiction and Exclusion
Immigration, Emigration, and Migration

Michael Blake

NYU Press

Given agreement on most of the important questions, this commentary focuses on a few questions that Sarah Song’s view on immigration, jurisdiction, and exclusion in “Why Does the State Have the Right to Control Immigration?” will have to deal with. These questions are not designed to show that the view is wrong; instead, they show that there are some points at which the moral story about immigration will have to be supplemented. The chapter begins with the things about which Song is right. It then gives two arguments with which views like hers will have to deal. It then gives some brief notes about how it is that she would have to deal with them.

Keywords:   immigration, jurisdiction, exclusion

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