I was otherwised engaged and just now read your response. Very interesting anaolgy, and very helpful, I think. Property was central to the founder’s view of freedom, and the complexities of title under the common law were second nature to them. It would be an interesting framework from which to reexamine the body of evidence. Good thought. Thanks.
As such, we voters could kick back and enjoy our right to the covenant of warranty and quiet enjoyment of knowing that person is a citizen of the highest quality.
And, that we voters will not be disturbed at any time in the future because s/he has a defective title and must defend the title conveyed to us against the claims and demands of nations and persons whomsoever.
I use the analogy of Adoption. (I am adopted, by the way.)
An adopted child may convey the family name to his descendants. (as did I) A child who is simply born in the family house may not.
What is naturalization but a country adopting someone?