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Aylsworth, Leon E. (1931) “The Passing of Alien Suffrage” American Political Science Review 25: 114-16.
Brozovich, Elise. (Spring, 2002) “Prospects for Democratic Change: Non-Citizen Suffrage in America.” Hamline Journal of Public Law & Policy 23: 403
Chaney, Henry A. (1894) “Alien Suffrage.” Michigan Political Science Association 1: 130-136.
Chung, April (Fall 1996) “Noncitizen Voting Rights and Alternatives: A Path Toward Greater Asian Pacific American and Latino Political Participation,” UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal 4
Earnest, David C. Working Title: “Voting Rights for Resident Aliens: Nationalism, Postnationalism and Sovereignty in an Era of Mass Migration.” Dissertation.
Earnest, David C. “Political Incorporation and Historical Institutionalism: A Comparison of the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.” Prepared for the 2005 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association. Honolulu, HI: March 5, 2005.
Earnest, David C. “Voting Rights for Resident Aliens: A Comparison of 25 Democracies.” Prepared for the 2003 Annual Meeting of the Northeast Political Science Association/International Studies Association-Northeast. Philadelphia, PA: November 7, 2003.
Earnest, David C. “Noncitizen Voting Rights: A Survey of an Emerging Democratic Norm.” Prepared for the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Philadelphia, PA: August 29, 2003.
Gordon, Jennifer. (1999) “Let Them Vote” in Joshua Cohen & Joel Rogers (eds.), A Community of Equals. Beacon Press Boston
Harper-Ho, Virginia. (Summer 2000) “Noncitizen Voting Rights: The History, the Law and Current Prospects for Change” Law and Inequality Journal 18.
Hayduk, Ronald. “Non-Citizen Voting: Pipe Dream or Possibility” 2002. Drum Major Institute for Public Policy.
Hayduk, Ronald. “Noncitizen Voting Rights: Shifts in Immigrant Political Status During the Progressive Era.” American Political Science Association, 2004.
Hayduk, Ronald. “Democracy for All: Restoring Immigrant Voting Rights in the U.S.” New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture. Vol. 26, #4. December, 2004. This paper is a revised version of a 2003 paper, “Noncitizen Voting: Expanding the Franchise in the United States,” which is available on line from the American Political Science Association at www.apsanet.org. (Follow links to “Annual Meeting Papers” under “meetings” tab.)
Cogan, Jacob Katz. (1997) “The Look Within: Property, Capacity, and Suffrage in Nineteenth-Century America.” Yale Law Journal.
Levinson, Sanford. (June 1986) “Symposium on Law and Community: Constituting Communities through Words that Bind: Reflections on Loyalty Oaths,” Michigan Law Review 84
Maltz, Eric M. “Citizenship and the Constitution: A History and Critique of the Supreme Court’s Alienage Jurisprudence”, 28Arizona State Law Journal 1135, 1166 (Winter, 1996).
Yann Moulier-Boutang, Resistance to the Political Representation of Alien Populations: The European Paradox, INT’L MIGRATION REV. 19: 485, 489 (1985) (footnote omitted); see also Johnson, supra note 12, at 279, 360 (pointing out that aliens seeking asylum are politically vulnerable).
Gerald Neuman, “We are the People”: Alien Suffrage in German and American Perspective, 13 Michigan Journal of International Law 259, 295 (1992)
Raskin, Jamin B. “Legal Aliens, Local Citizens: The Historical, Constitutional, and Theoretical Meanings of Alien Suffrage,”University of Pennsylvania Law Review 141 (1993) (arguing for local enfranchisement of nonresidents, but refraining from addressing the issue on a national scale).
Rath, Jan. 1990. “Voting Rights,” in The Political Rights of Migrant Workers in Western Europe, edited by Henry Zig Layton. Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Rath, Jan. ‘La participation des immigrés aux elections locales aux Pays-Bas’, Revue Europeenne des Migrations Internationales, 4 (3), 1990, pp. 23-36.
Charles E. Roh, Jr. & Frank K. Upham, Comment, The Status of Aliens Under United States Draft Laws, 13 HARV. INT’L LAW JOURNAL 501-02 n.4 (1972) (noting that in general, “male aliens within the age group designated by the draft laws have been liable for conscription”);
Gerald Rosberg, “Aliens and Equal Protection: Why Not the Right to Vote?” 75 Michigan Law Review 1092, 1097 (1977).
Schuck, Peter H. “The Re-Evaluation of American Citizenship.”Georgia Immigration Law Journal 12: 1, 4 (1997).
Shklar, Judith N. American Citizenship: The Quest for Inclusion 37 (1991)
Tiao, Paul. “Noncitizen Suffrage: An Argument Based on the Voting Rights Act and Related Law,” 25 Columbia Human Rights Law Review171, 172 (1993)
Tienda, Marta. “Demography and the Social Contract.” Demography. Washington: November 2002. Vol. 39, Issue 4
Wucker, Michele. “Civics Lessons From Immigrants: What happens to the working-class political voice when many of its speakers aren’t citizens?” The American Prospect. Vol 14. Number 7. July 2003.
Wucker, Michele. “The Perpetual Migration Machine and Political Power.” World Policy Journal, Fall 2004.
Wendy Aviva Shimmelman, Local Voting Rights for Non-U.S. Citizen Immigrants in New York City: A Report Prepared for the Center for Immigrants Rights 31-34 (July 1992)
Jeffrey S. Passel & Rebecca L. Clark, New York’s Legal Immigrants Pay $18.2 Billion in Taxes. Urban Institute Reporthttp://www.urban.org/news/pressrel/pr980430.htm
Tactaquin, Lisa. Voting Rights for Immigrants. Poverty and Race, Vol. 13 No.6, November/December 2004.
Lisa Garcia Bedolla
University of California, Irvine
Rethinking Citizenship: Noncitizen Voting and Immigrant Political Engagement in the United States