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What does it mean to be British?

History informs today's immigration. How does a tribe live with the foreigner? Treat them too badly, and they won’t come. Treat them too well, and what is the privilege of being a citizen?

Migration through naturalization involves not just legal assimilation, which is important, but also a more nebulous type of social and cultural integration—an old-fashioned commitment to becoming part of this tribe.

This article explores Britain's history of accepting immigrants from Hardian's wall to Brexit, and the issues facing the European Community.

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