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Ancient Rome’s pragmatism on migration and citizenship

Ursula Rothe¬†reminds us of the pragmatism of ancient Rome in matters of immigration and citizenship. “In 48 AD, a discussion took place in the Roman Senate concerning the admittance of members of the Gallic aristocracy to the venerable body.¬†According to … Continue reading

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