From Plyler to Arizona: Have the Courts Forgotten about Corfield v Coryell?

Eastman, John C.
January 2013
University of Chicago Law Review;Winter2013, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p165
Academic Journal
The article reflects on the efficacy of the institutions that adopt and enforce immigration laws in the U.S. It tries to find out answer to the question that which institution will best give effect to the policy judgment regarding enforcement of immigration laws. It cites reference of the U.S. Supreme Court case in De Cartas v. Bica in which the court upheld the exercise of state police power in areas that allows immigration.


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