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The Center for American Unity is a national non-profit educational organization dedicated to preserving our historical unity as Americans into the 21st Century.  The Center conducts research and monitors developments on a broad range of economic, domestic, defense, and foreign policy issues related to the American nation-state.  The Center is concerned with what has been called the National Question - whether the United States can survive as a nation-state, the political expression of a distinct American people, in the face of these emerging threats: mass immigration, multiculturalism, multilingualism, and affirmative action.

 

    New Case at the Supreme Court:
  Hamdi v. Rumsfeld - The Center's amicus brief challenges the assumption that an enemy combatant Saudi citizen is a U. S. citizen solely because he was born in the United States to a temporary worker.
 

 

    Victories:
  The Barton Case - The Center's brief helped overturn Mrs. Barton's conviction and 45-day jail sentence for expressing her opinion that immigrants should learn English.
  Alexander v. Sandoval - The Center's brief influenced The U.S. Supreme Court's decision to uphold Alabama's law, passed by a citizen's referendum, requiring applications for driver's licenses be made in English.

 

 

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