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immigration, separation of powers, executive authority, Presidential power, historical practice, illegal immigration
voting rights act, judicial behavior, race, partisanship, election law, minority voting rights
migration, immigrants' rights, contract theory, precommitment, immigrant voting
immigration law, migration, citizenship, membership
crime, immigration, discretion, discrimination, profiling
redistricting, gerrymandering, partisanship, voting rights act
democracy, election law, redistricting, partisan gerrymandering, Vieth v. Jubelirer
immigration, Chevron deference, delegations, federal courts
democracy, election law, redistricing, partisan gerrymandering, mid-decade redistricting
federalism, immigration, enforcement redundancy, executive power, administrative law
aggregate rights, electoral system, spatial aggregation, temporal aggregation, partisan gerrymandering
immigration, Presidential power, separation of powers, executive authority, prosecutorial discretion
cooperation, legitimacy, procedural justice, immigration, police
Guest Workers, Labor Migration, Visas, Property Rights, Coase, Auction
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immigration policy, Property rights, work visas
open borders, migration, immigrants' rights, Locke, Chinese exclusion
Immigration, Immigrant's Rights, Deportation, Regulation
immigration, crime, deportation, secure communities
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