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an Emigration Context .” New York University Law Review 81 : 11–58 . Bauböck , Rainer . 2003 . “ Towards a Political Theory of Migrant Transnationalism .” International Migration Review 37 ( 3 ): 700–723 . Bauböck , Rainer . 2007 . “ Stakeholder Citizenship and Transnational Political Participation .” Fordham Law Review 75 : 2393–2447 . Bauböck

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A pluralist theory of citizenship

populations than the provinces or states to which they belong because what counts for the state as internal migration is added to what the state classifies as international migration. We can thus describe multilevel polities without contradiction as simultaneously strongly sedentary and relatively mobile. In a multilevel polity, my normative proposition that sedentariness is a background context for democracy must therefore be specified as applying

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