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Don’t Fence Me Out: Immigration Creates Fierce Debate Throughout the World An Interview with Professor Hiroshi Motomura, University of Colorado School of Law

Kathy McClurg

Nothing is more fundamental to our way of life than deciding who “We the people” are. That’s why immigration is one of the hottest topics in the media, in Congress, and in national, state, and local politics. In the classroom, studying the laws that determine who can come to a country and who can’t gives students a chance to explore broader themes in the law, Motomura believes.

High Plains Applied Anthropologist No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998 pp 87 – 89

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