HPV and the Ethics of CDC’s Vaccination Requirements for Immigrants

Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal 25 (2):111-132 (2015)
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Joseph Carens’ groundbreaking article on immigration ethics begins with the observation that “[b]orders have guards and the guards have guns”. I begin my article with a similar observation: border guards have syringes. Aliens who do not want to be turned away by a border guard’s gun must often agree to be injected with vaccines. While Carens challenges the popular consensus that states have an expansive moral right to forcibly restrict migration, my focus is narrower. I will evaluate the claim that states have an expansive moral right to require migrants to become vaccinated. In particular, I will examine and..
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