Citizenship in America and Europe : beyond the nation-state? /

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Other Authors: Greve, Michael S. (Editor), Zöller, Michael, 1946- (Editor)
Format: Online
Published: Washington, D.C. : The AEI Press, 2009.
Series:American Enterprise Institute library.
Immigration law & policy in the U.S.
Online Access:HeinOnline American Enterprise Institute Library
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : citizenship on two continents / Michael S. Greve and Michael Zöller
  • Verfassungspatriotismus : wrong concept, right country / Josef Joffe
  • The meaning of American citizenship: what we can learn from disputes over naturalization / William Galston
  • European citizenship: mobile nationals, immobile aliens, and random Europeans / Francesca Strumia
  • "We the citizens of Europe" : European Union citizenship / Markus Kotzur
  • A conversation: the public and political debate in Europe and the United States / Jürgen Kaube, Robert von Rimscha, Martin Klingst, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and Peter Skerry
  • European citizenship: treaties and case law of the European Court of Justice / Jean-Claude Bonichot
  • Citizenship, alienage, and personhood in the United States / Diane P. Wood
  • Three models of citizenship / Peter H. Schuck
  • The changing nature of citizenship in Britain : constitutional and legal perspectives / Adam Tomkins
  • Structural constitutional principles and rights reconciliation / Robert R. Gasaway and Ashley C. Parrish
  • Concluding remarks / Kenneth W. Starr.