Monday, May 04, 2009

Carens, "The Case for Amnesty"

Boston Review hosts a symposium featuring a lead essay by Joseph Carens (probably the political theorist who has thought longest and hardest about justice and immigration) and a number of distinguished respondents (including my colleague Arash Abizadeh)on the moral case for amnesty for illegal immigrants.

7 comments:

Matt said...

Thanks for pointing this out, Jacob. I tend to think that Carens is at his best when working in this sort of particular, practical issue. It's a good article.

Russell Arben Fox said...

Indeed, many thanks Jacob. I haven't checked out the Boston review website in a while, and I might have missed think entirely if it wasn't for your link.

Jacob T. Levy said...

Happy to be of service; that's what's blogs are for!

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