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Immigration - 1,334 words
... ar (4-A). many people would say that the number of boarder jumpers captured went down because they decided to go somewhere else when they found out that there was an increase in Boarder Patrol Agents. This was true for about 6 months, until illegal immigrant deaths skyrocketed due to the patrol on easily penetrable areas causing boarder jumpers to take more risk by climbing and swimming (4-A). Why should the United States allow one unskilled worker into our country when the country is faced with the problem of having to many unskilled workers already? Mass immigration has negatively effected our nations economy and environment tremendously. Immigration has become a serious threat to the ...
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Immigration - 1,098 words
... ea citizens tend to view them in a hostile manner because of the perceived notion that illegal immigrants are using resource meant for legal residents (Bean 204). The United States immigration policy does not allow people to immigrate if they are expected to be dependant on public services. Yet in 1993 approximately 12% of the 5.9 million recipients of Supplemental Security Income benefits were immigrants, which account for about 5% of the population (Mont 15). Statistics such as these add to the growing anti-immigrant sentiment among American citizens. This anti-immigrant attitude was clearly reflected in 1994 with the passing of California's Proposition 187 (Kirschten 16). Although Pro ...
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X Mexicos Exodus - 1,844 words
The problems created by waves of illegal immigrants leaving Mexico for the United States are very real. Every succeeding year sees an increase in the amount of those caught while trying to cross. One must ask why does such a wealthy developing country, with mineral resources and oil reserves, and a population of nearly 100 million people and a rich culture dating back to the 1500s, need to have economic and social difficulties that force such a large exodus every year? And why does the established government of Mexico seem incapable of solving this issue? Border agents called Federal Prevention Police have proved inadequate in stopping the flow of Mexicans going north. The 700 lawmen posted ...
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A View Over The Bridge Act Two - 1,213 words
... ing inappropriate is going on between Eddie and Catherine and that Eddies feeling may possibly be reciprocated. Rodolfo does not seem to realise this as he persuades Catherine to leave Eddie. Catherine then tries to change the topic and instead tells Rodolfo to hold and teach her. This shows Catherine is inexperienced. However alternatively, it can mean that she is manipulative when the conversation is not turning out the way she wants to, she cunningly changes the topic using her sexuality. This contrasts with the previous impression the audience have of her and suggests that she is not the saint that we think she is. She cries softly as Rodolfo gently leads her to the bedroom thus co ...
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Illegal Immigration - 726 words
There are several problems that seem to plague contemporary Americaabortion, Iraq, social securityhowever none of these compares to the sweeping epidemic of illegal immigration. According to the 2000 census, an awe-inspiring 8 to 11 million illegal aliens live in the United States. The immigration crisis is founded on the contention that illegal immigration harmfully influences the American workforce. Moreover, these illegal aliens mostly hold jobs that require little to no training, which is a system that is auspicious for an employer. The Senate is currently deliberating on the Sensenbrenner Bill, which, if passed, will favorably contribute to the cure of the immigration pandemic. A common ...
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