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1. Title:Citizenship without consent: illegal aliens in the American polity

Author: Peter H. Schuck, Rogers M. Smith

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Publisher:Yale University Press

Language:English

Year:1985

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Jo Ann Review: This story made me all kinds of happy! Michael and Charlotte's push-pull relationship is equal parts funny, sexy and heartwarming. I loved watching these two work their way to a HEA -with a little help from three supportive brothers, two adorable dogs and one very wise aunt. Oh, and a baby!! It was great to see the entire Locke family again. Looking forward to Noah's book!! *4.5*

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Heather Review: A brilliant story that has a little bit of everything in it. A rock god that wakes up after a three year stint with sobriety, married to a stripper. That is just the beginning. Marries a smart mouthed and engaging stripper is proud of who is is and where she is going. Brent is a rock star that has the world at his feet but isn't comfortable in his own skin. When they meet it is as if the planets have aligned and a piece of perfertness is created. Read to find out if the two destined to be togeth

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Jennifer Mosher Review: I've been reading this book in snatches over the past week and finished it at three o'clock this morning. In many ways, there were no surprises in there - we all know what we have to do, and Mr Huff spells it out pretty clearly. The difference is between those that do, and keep doing, and those that just think or talk about doing, hoping that success will come.

Mr Huff's writing style is spot on - enough humour for you to enjoy the book, but a direct, no-nonsense approach about how to make a livi

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Hannah Review: This book is a fruity mess! I read it for kids' storytime at work and it was one of the least engaging books I've been assigned in awhile. For the first few pages, the bright fruit pictures were engaging, and the kids were expecting a good story. By the fourth page, their attention was gone.
-Rhymes are geared toward older kids, but story is simplistic
-Too many words only older kids would know: quince/mince, etc
-No storyline that engages their senses; only separate rhymes on each page
-Who in the

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JJ Review: I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

After 12 years in the Marine Corps, 10 as a Force Recon sniper, Caleb Trico retired and put his training to work as a PI and Bond Enforcer. He enjoys being a PI – it was the perfect segue from the Corpse to civilian life. It didn’t pay well, but he was good at his job and the bounty hunting filled in the financial gaps.

Shortly after Caleb and his friend Tony had secured a bail jumper, he got a call from a hom

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