The Politics of Migration is an authoritative collection which
includes the most important articles and papers that document and
analyse the political impact and consequences of migration since
World War II. It assesses the impact of migration on class conflict
and politics in the host country and the strategies adopted by the
state to manage the political activities and demands of new ethnic
minority communities. It also covers the rise of racist politics,
especially electoral support for anti-immigrant far right parties.
Special emphasis is placed on the politics of citizenship and
political engagement as the new settlers adopt political strategies
in order to combat exclusion, racism and oppression and to achieve
recognition and legitimacy.
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