Addressing a question of Baker and Reid,
we give a criterion to show that an arithmetic group
has a congruence subgroup that is algebraically
fibered. Some examples to which the criterion applies
include a hyperbolic 4-manifold group containing infinitely
many Bianchi groups, and a complex hyperbolic surface group.
This is joint work with Matthew Stover.
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