In the past ten years, the ethics of immigration has become a mainstream topic in
political philosophy. What previously might have been described as an “applied”
area is now rightly regarded as among the central topics in political thought, dealing with essential questions of societal membership. David Miller, along with Michael Walzer and Joseph Carens, among others, deserves credit for being ahead
of his time in working on the ethics of immigration well before it was so regularly
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