In this chapter, I adopt an understanding of a constitutional democracy as a bounded polity of equal citizens who choose leaders through free and fair elections and whose rights enshrined in a fundamental law are protected by an independent judiciary. On this account, immigration is a destabilizing force. The arrival of large numbers of noncitizens of the state undercuts the idea of a bounded polity; the residence of noncitizens challenges ideas of equality of those persons residing within state territory and subject to the laws of the state; enforcement measures...
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