Examines economic, social, legal, political and ethical issues of the debate on legal and illegal immigration. Discusses its background from 1921, 1990s state and federal proposals, social services, assimilation and jobs.
Immigration is a contentious issue in modern America as it has been for societies throughout history. The word brings to mind images of hope of seeking a better life. But it is also fraught with fear and conflict, with prejudice and desperation. There are as many views of immigration as there are races, ethnic groups, religions and languages, for all of these aspects of human difference have been used as a basis for acceptance or rejection from the earliest recorded societies up to the present moment…
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