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100 1  Pevnick, Ryan 
245 10 Immigration and the Constraints of Justice :|bBetween Open
       Borders and Absolute Sovereignty 
264  1 Cambridge :|bCambridge University Press,|c2011 
264  4 |c©2011 
300    1 online resource (211 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication --
       Contents -- Illustrations -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 
       Introduction -- I Social science and political theory -- 
       II Statism, open borders, and social trust -- A Statism --
       B Open borders -- C Shared identity -- III Outline -- 
       Chapter 2 Statism, self-determination, and associative 
       ownership -- I Statism -- II Individual autonomy and 
       collective self-determination -- III Associative ownership
       and self-determination -- IV Associative ownership, self-
       determination, and states -- V Associative ownership and 
       reflective equilibrium -- VI Against enfranchising all 
       affected -- VII Conclusion -- Chapter 3 Refining 
       associative ownership -- I Associative ownership and 
       territorial goods -- II Associative ownership and 
       political subunits -- III Whom can owners exclude? -- IV 
       Compatriots and state coercion -- A The relevance of 
       political coercion -- B Inequality and interaction -- V 
       Conclusion -- Chapter 4 Rights-based arguments for open 
       borders -- I Rights to free movement? -- II Assessing 
       rights claims -- III Is there a general right to free 
       movement? -- IV Should there be a legal right to free 
       movement? -- V Rights to exit -- VI Limits and conclusions
       -- Chapter 5 Distributive justice and open borders -- I 
       Efficiency, distributive justice, and open borders -- II 
       Self-determination and the distributive argument -- III 
       Inequalities and injustices -- IV The analogy with 
       feudalism -- V Some concluding remarks -- Chapter 6 The 
       significance of national identity -- I The cultural 
       authenticity argument -- II The instrumental argument -- 
       III The social trust argument -- A The empirical claim -- 
       B The normative claim -- IV Conclusion -- Chapter 7 
       Applications -- I Non-citizen residents -- A Opposing 
       integrationism -- B The pragmatic case against 
       restrictionism -- II The guest-worker alternative 
505 8  A Reasons to consider a guest-worker program -- B The 
       Bracero Program and its aftermath -- C Designing a better 
       program -- D Objections to guest-worker programs -- III 
       Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index 
520    Explores the constraints justice imposes on immigration 
       policy, identifying claims citizens make of their states 
       and how outsiders are excluded 
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Emigration and immigration -- Government 
       policy.;Distributive justice 
655  4 Electronic books 
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       Constraints of Justice : Between Open Borders and Absolute
       Sovereignty|dCambridge : Cambridge University Press,c2011
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