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Restriction

1. See: Credit control.

2. See: Exchange control.

3. See: Import control.

restriction

A limitation on the use of property, usually contained in the deed, in restrictive covenants appearing in the real estate records,or by virtue of local ordinances.

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The new president awarded the Justice Department to Jeff Sessions, a Republican senator from Alabama who was the leading immigration restrictionist on Capitol Hill and a major influence on Trump's own position on the issue.
If he capitulates fully to the restrictionists to prove his faithfulness, he'll have little room to manoeuvre in a general election, when Hispanic and Asian voters will be looking for clear signs of inclusiveness from whatever Republican nominee emerges from an ugly primary.
Molina argues that using a "racial scripts approach" is essential to understanding these restrictionist campaigns.
end, restrictionists would likely argue that states that grant
Indeed, the belief that northern restrictionists possessed a callous disregard for the integrity of the republic and would be willing to accept a separation of the South should the restrictionists fail to get their way heightened Monroe's sense of urgency (Ammon 1971, 454).
A non-Western restrictionist view has been formulated by Mohammed Ayoob who argues that "humanitarian intervention carries shades of neo-colonialism" and tends "to impair the capacity of states to provide for political order inside their frontiers"; as such, the suggestions is that "this contemporary revival of imperialism threatens to erode the legitimacy of an international society that for the first time has become truly global in character.
Having failed to forge an effective political coalition at the federal level capable of enacting their preferred legislative proposals, restrictionists have resorted to immigration reform by stealth through their attempts to materially degrade conditions of everyday life for immigrants through state and local legislation and administrative agreements.
Specifically, I engage in interview research with immigration activists and advocates and examine their feelings, thoughts, and responses to proposed restrictionist 2006 legislation that aimed to redefine immigration policy in the United States.
In order to get around the long-standing stalemate between immigration restrictionists and expansionists, Vigdor proposes addressing the issue from a different angle and devising public policies that encourage "fitting in," as he puts it.
Further, the temptation to scapegoat immigrants seems to have worsened during this economic crisis, as immigration restrictionists have wrongly blamed employed non-citizens for native U.
This bill haunts immigration restrictionists, who worry that a contemporary compromise will lead to a similar result.