TOLFA Segment 9, Question 2

Here's another: But what about foreign visitors, arriving by the hundred at Liberty Airport outside New York City and holding out their passports. Would they get in, and who would let them? The airline transporting them would certainly have checked into that before starting the trip. The answer is that there would be no "US Passport Control" or "INS" but merely a line of rental cars, buses and taxis offering ongoing transportation - for a fee in terms of real money.
Clearly they could not, for without a stamp in their passports nobody in NYC would have anything to do with them.
Since the USA as a country had ceased to exist, no foreign airline would fly here, so the problem could not arise.

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