This Article analyzes some of the legal obstacles that aliens have encountered in attempting to take advantage of some of the opportunities available to United States citizens, and the constitutional questions that have been raised in this context. The author examines the major decisions affecting aliens in several areas and finds some inconsistency. The author suggests that the Supreme Court is beginning to take a harder look at the role of aliens in the political community and is restricting to citizens the functions of representative government.
The Alien Meets Some Constitutional Hurdles in Employment, Education and Aid Programs,
San Diego L. Rev.
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