Rich and Ramesh write: “Trump’s view of immigration is of a piece with this nationalism — we have the sovereign right to decide who comes here and who doesn’t, and policy should be crafted to serve the interests of . citizens.” Aside from a few fringe libertarians and dotty one-worlders on the left, I have not encountered very many people who dispute that the United States, or any country, has a sovereign right to create and enforce immigration law. There are those who see the elevation of the interests of . citizens above the interests of others as a pernicious form of bias, but the more common attitude is that there really is no such thing as “the interests of . citizens” corporately, or that, to the extent that such interests are real, the legitimate interests of . citizens are not in conflict with the interests of those seeking to immigrate here.