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Revoking citizenship -- National beginnings? American versus British citizenship -- Legislative initiatives -- International relations -- Consular dilemmas -- Supreme Court rulings -- The Board of Appellate Review -- The War on Terror -- Dual citizenship and the revocation of citizenship -- Conclusion.
Revoking citizenship has been an official part of American policy since the end of the nineteenth century. This book sheds light on the current state practice by looking at its transformation in the United States from the colonial era to the War on Terror. Not limited to a legal studies perspective, it also places the revocation of citizenship within the framework of historical sociology.
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