The 14th Amendment, Anchor babies, birthright citizenship and birth tourism
Video presentations from the October 5, 2008 Writers Workshop - part 2
The Social Contract Press
Part 1: The 14th Amendment
Part 2: The 14th Amendment
Part 3: Removing the jobs magnet
Part 4: Multiculturalism, America's Unchosen Future
Part 5: The Jordan Commission and immigration reform cases
Part 6: Non-citizen voters and the moral high ground
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The panel by Californians for Population Stabilization focused on the 14th Amendment. For more information on the 14th Amendment and Birthright Citizenship, see www.14thAmendment.US. The following presentations are each approximately 6-10 minutes in length.
Janet Levy part 1. Janet Levy discusses Birth Tourism and Birthright Citizenship.
Janet Levy part 2. Janet Levy discusses Birth Tourism and Birthright Citizenship.
Edith Hakola, Attorney and Executive Vice President of the American Unity Legal Defense Fund, discusses legislative design issues and the role of the Amicus Brief in Birthright Citizenship and 14th Amendment cases.
For additional information on the Fourteenth Amendment and Birthright Citizenship, see:
- The Social Contract journal Volume 16, Number 2, "The 14th Amendment: what were the intentions of the Amendment's framers?"
- Californians for Population Stabilization