For Purposes of International Law there are Two citizens in the country of the United States

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William Bennett Munro, Professor of Municipal Government at Harvard University, in his work "The Government of the United States: National, State, and Local" (1919) writes at page 73: “So far as the rules of international law are concerned, only one citizenship is recognized [from the United States], namely, citizenship of the United States.”

This is incorrect. This paper shows that there are two citizens, not one, in the country of the United States, under the Constitution of the United States of America. Legal authority quoted, cited and linked.

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