by Michael Dunnett - £17.99 Routledge (2001)
paperback ISBN 13: 9780415227087 | ISBN 10: 0415227089
Michael Dunnett (Emeritus Professor of Logic at Oxford University) provides a lucid philosophical discussion of the ethical principles at stake in matters of immigration and asylum, and a sharp review of the historical ways they have been manhandled. He exposes the fraudulence of the phrase 'bogus asylum-seeker', and makes a meticulous, measured case that is a terrible indictment of of modern British immigration policy. An informed, engaging and often provocative polemic, an invigorating read.
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