Table of contents for Immigration and citizenship in the twenty-first century / edited by Noah M.J. Pickus.

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Part I: The Meaning of Americanization
1 The Promise of American Citizenship                         3
Charles kR Kesler
Citizenship in Theory and Practice: A Response to
Charle   esKler                                           41
wine Anthony Appiah
"2 "Am I an American or Not?" Reflections on Citizenship,
Americanization, and Race                                 49
Juan F Perea
Reviving Americanization: A Response to Juan Perea        77
John. jMiller
Part H: Nationalism and Citizenship
3  Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the United States       85
David A. Hollinger
A National Solidarity? A Response to David Hollinger     101
Linda S. Bosniak
4 To Make Natural: Creating Citizens for the Twenty -First
Century                                                     107
Noah M / Pickus
Why Naturalization Should Be Easy: A Response to
Noah Pickus                                                 141
Joseph H Carens
Part III: Multiple Memberships?
5  Plural Citizenships                                         149
Peter H Schuck
Why Immigrants Want Dual Citizenship (And We Should
Too): A Response to Peter Schuck                            193
Michael Jones-Correa
6 Alienage Classifications in a Nation of Immigrants: Three
Models of "Permanent" Residence                            199
Hiroshi Motomura
Membership and American Social Contracts: A Response
to Hiroshi Motomura                                        223
Daniel J Tichenor

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Immigrants United States, Naturalization United States, United States Emigration and immigration, United States Emigration and immigration Government policy, Citizenship United States, Democracy United States, Political participation United States