In “Immigration: The Case for Limits,” David Miller considers and rejects an argument that starts with the assumption that individuals have a general right to freedom of movement and concludes
that individuals have a right to migrate to new states (i.e., countries) of their choosing
424-425). State and explain the freedom of movement argument and explain Miller’s reasons for
rejecting one of the premises of this argument. Do you believe that Miller has provided
convincing reasons for rejecting the freedom of movement argument? Why or why not?
A thorough answer to this question must do the following:
1. Describe and explain the freedom of movement argument that Miller is attacking.
2. Identify the specific premise of this argument that Miller rejects and thoroughly explain the reasons he gives for claiming that this premise is false.
3. Describe and evaluate at least one potential objection targeting Miller’s reasons.



























































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