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Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Deborah Cowen and Emily Gilbert|
|Contributions||Cowen, Deborah, Gilbert, Emily, 1969-|
|LC Classifications||HM554 .W37 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 409 p. :|
|Number of Pages||409|
|ISBN 10||0415955130, 0415956935|
|ISBN 10||9780415955133, 9780415956932|
|LC Control Number||2007000912|
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War, Citizenship, Territory features 19 chapters that look at the impact of war and militarism on citizenship, whether traditional territorially-bound national citizenship or "transnational" citizenship.
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In addition to the book list, you'll find a list of discussion questions about citizenship as well as using the topic as a Family Dinner Book Club. Foner’s book (the 25th in a prodigious career) documents how African Americans and aging abolitionists pressed new rights into the Constitution — and the Author: John Fabian Witt.
that led to the Civil War: • Slavery • Economic reasons • States’ rights The Civil War started in The Civil War ended in The South surrendered in April The North and the South fought very hard. The war was terrible for the country.
Human Rights. However, those changes only related to British citizenship, not other types of nationality covered by the Act, including British Overseas Territory citizenship.
The book every new American citizen — and every old one, too — should read To mark my first year of U.S. citizenship, I read Alexis de Tocqueville's "Democracy in America."Author: Carlos Lozada. Christian Samito, author of [Becoming American Under Fire: Irish Americans, African Americans, and the Politics of Citizenship During the Civil War Era], talked about the politics of citizenship.
Australian citizenship test introduction The citizenship test was first inducted into practice in It was designed to evaluate the applicant’s understanding of Australia as a country (its people, geography, traditions, and symbols) as well as your familiarity with the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship.
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Citizenship and Immigration in Post-war Britain examines the transformation since of the UK from a homogeneous into a multicultural society. The initial shock and following anger on American territory resulted in overwhelming public support for retaliation. The nature of the attack also introduced an irrational fear of espionage, which engulfed the country.
World War II and citizenship identity. Chief Justice William Rehnquist suggested in his book, “All the Laws but One. “After receiving USA citizenship, I have a hard time identifying as a citizen because the USA has an established history of mistreating me.” ― Steven Magee.
In ways that Louis Menand explored in his book “The Metaphysical Club,” it left a generation stripped of the appetite for more war-making and even (as Menand has argued) of any confidence in.
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Through recruiting activities such as handing out white feathers to reputed 5/5(2). In the wake of 9/11, many Americans have deplored the dangers to liberty posed by a growing surveillance state.
In this book, Andrea Friedman moves beyond the standard security/liberty dichotomy, weaving together often forgotten episodes of early Cold War history to reveal how the obsession with national security enabled dissent and fostered new imaginings of democracy. Hence, children born to such parents on a British Overseas Territory other than those listed above acquired British citizenship by descent if they were born prior to 21 Maywhile children born on or after that day on a British Overseas Territory (other than Akrotiri and Dhekelia) acquired British citizenship otherwise than by descent as Citation: c.
Vitor Izecksohn’s book is on the cutting edge of the current trend toward ‘internationalizing’ the study of the American Civil War. His comparisons to the horrific War of the Triple Alliance take us into far less familiar territory in South America than any other historian has ventured, and he guides us with skills and knowledge that few other scholars could : Vitor Izecksohn.If a D.C.
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territories. Yesterday, as the Senate passed legislation to provide a path to citizenship for undocumented aliens, Leneuoti Tuaua and four other plaintiffs in .Citizenship, the only tool we have for guaranteeing rights and responsibilities in a world of nation-states, is subject to increasing pressure to adapt.
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