Introduction
Britain as the spoils of empire
in (B)ordering Britain
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The introduction introduces the core themes of the book. The categories that form the springboard for the analysis are aliens, subjects, citizens, migrants, asylum seekers, refugees, European Union citizens, and third country nationals. Although the book takes them in turn, the book is offered holistically. In order to meaningfully understand the content and effects of one category, each must be considered in terms of its relationship to the others.

(B)ordering Britain

Law, race and empire

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