As Americans, we can learn a lot from other countries.

Don’t get me wrong—I firmly believe in American sovereignty. We ought to base our laws on our own Constitution and legal tradition.

However, we can still benefit from the examples, both positive and negative, set by other countries.

For example, we can learn a lot from Mexico about how to conduct a patriotic immigration policy and how to manage voter registration. (See Learning About Immigration Policy from Mexico and Why is Mexico’s Voter Registration System Better Than Ours?)

So what about automatic birthright citizenship? That’s the policy which grants automatic citizenship to children born to illegal aliens on U.S. soil.

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Article written by Allan Wall on February 28th, 2011 on VDARE.COM.