De-Politicizing Immigration Argumentative Essay by Top Papers

De-Politicizing Immigration
An argument that immigration is a political rather than a compassionate and economic issue.
# 139085 | 2,000 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Political Science (U.S.) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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Using the theory of a Presidential briefing on some steps the new Administration may take in 2009 about immigration, this paper covers three specific areas of immigration. These include the economic impact of current immigrants, illegal as well as legal, the possibility of an Immigrants' Bill of Rights that wooud provide provisional citizenship, and the fact that, despite what the negative people say, immigrants are not really draining health and support services relative to "regular" American citizens.

From the Paper:

"America has thrived over the century with its foundation of adhering to a work ethic. For whatever reason people left their homelands to come to America, they came because they could have an opportunity to succeed at whatever occupation or profession they wanted to. This is nothing new. What is new is that the last few generations of economically deprived human beings are arriving all too frequently in clandestine ways. But the reason they come has not changed. What has changed is Americans' acceptance of their arrival. Immigration continues to be a political rather than a compassionate and economic issue."

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