Civil Society’s Answer to Migration: Education

In my last post, I expanded on the importance of permanent residents in the United States to express consent. I will not attempt to provide a mechanism by which native-born citizens can accomplish, but I would like to return to the particular group on which this blog is focused – undocumented immigrants who enter the United States at a young age. I previously suggested that it is irrelevant (at least in this discussion) whether these individuals consented to come to the United States, but that it is essential for them to explicitly agree to be governed and to join the civil society if they intend to stay.

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