The Strangeness of Foreigners

Policing Migration and Nation in Interwar Marseille

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A man has all his moral value, according to us, only in the middle of his fellow citizens, in the city where he has always lived under the eyes of those citizens, watched, judged, and appreciated by them … but in general the displaced person, whom we call a vagabond, no longer has his moral value.

- Adolphe Thiers


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