Third World Immigrants in the American Society Argumentative Essay by Annette

Third World Immigrants in the American Society
This paper discusses Americans reactions to Third World Immigrants living in their country.
# 4538 | 830 words | 4 sources | 2003 | US
Published on May 15, 2002 in Political Science (U.S.) , English (Argument) , Sociology (General) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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The following paper argues that having immigrants in America is very helpful in some ways. The author gives an example that since they are willing to accept cheap wages, money can be put towards a greater cause. This essay argues that third world immigrants do not take away America's cultural unity, rather they contribute to the notion that America is in fact a free country.

From the Paper:

"Immigrants are just like Americans in that they always want to move away from crime. The rate of violent crime against individuals in Britain has increased a frightening 1,200 percent in the last 33 years (between 1960 and 1993), and the number of robberies by 2,700 percent. The overall crime rate has risen by 680 percent; (Illiteracy and Crime Web Site).

"So, most immigrants want to be free to what they want and not to be afraid to get killed by speaking their minds. They have even formed a group called The Third World Center.

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