80 University of Pennsylvania Law Review 469 (1932)
This is a compendium prepared from lectures for college students on American citizenship as a status and on the constitutional privileges and immunities of citizens and other inhabitants of the United States. It thus combines a discussion of the law of citizenship, naturalization, and expatriation with the constitutional law of the first eight Amendments and the 14th, taking in under the latter a discussion of the police power, eminent domain, zoning, and, even beyond, the so-called federal police power--constitutional law as it affects the individual.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Borchard, Edwin, "Book Review: Citizenship" (1932). Faculty Scholarship Series. 3641.