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Tweet “DICTA…PURE AND SIMPLE” by Joseph DeMaio, ©2012 (Feb. 24, 2012) — [Editor's Note: This scholarly essay is Part 3 of 4 by Joseph DeMaio discussing how the CRS memos, authored by Jack Maskell of the Congressional Research Service, and in particular, the third memo (CRSR) obscure information from the reader indicating that jus soli, [...]
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