In his anti-immigration actions before the midterm election, President Trump threatened to end birthright citizenship, a constitutionally-guaranteed right. According to CNN, “Such a step would be regarded as an affront to the US Constitution, which was amended 150 years ago to include the words: ‘All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States.'” While critics pointed out that Trump couldn’t simply eliminate constitutional rights with an executive order, what would happen if a nation did decide to stop granting birthright citizenship? That’s what the Dominican Republic did. How did it work out? Find out in this article at The Atlantic.