Citizenship as Foundation of Rights explores the nature and meaning
of American citizenship and the rights flowing from citizenship in
the context of current debates around politics, including
immigration. The book explains the sources of citizenship rights in
the Constitution and focuses on three key citizenship rights - the
right to vote, the right to employment, and the right to travel in
the US. It explains why those rights are fundamental and how
national identification systems and ID requirements to vote, work
and travel undermine the fundamental citizen rights. Richard Sobel
analyzes how protecting citizens' rights preserves them for future
generations of citizens and aspiring citizens here. No other book
offers such a clarification of fundamental citizen rights and
explains how ID schemes contradict and undermine the constitutional
rights of American citizenship.
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