Edward O. Wilson is Pellegrino University Professor, Emeritus, at Harvard University. In addition to two Pulitzer Prizes (one of which he shares with Bert Hölldobler), Wilson has won many scientific awards, including the National Medal of Science and the Crafoord Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
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It was none other than Alexis de Tocqueville who, in Democracy in America, famously warned about the social and political dangers of inherited property becoming the basis of enduring privilege. A similar cautionary tale is worth telling about birthright citizenship in an unequal world like our own. In confronting the complexity of the current system of citizenship transfer, I aim to offer a new way of thinking about political membership by drawing a conceptual analogy between birthright citizenship and inherited property. This perspective creates a space in which to explore membership entitlement in the broader context of today’s urgent debates about global justice and the distrib…