Immigration Essays & Term Papers

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The United States of America: The Land of Hope for Immigrants Former President Bill Clinton once said, �Our rich texture of racial, religious and political diversity will be a Godsend in the 21st century. Great rewards will come to those who can live together, learn together, work together, and forge new ties that bind together� (Clinton 1997, p.1) Today is the 21st century, and today we experienced the most diverse population in our history. Asians, Hispanics, Mexicans, and other peo

“Unchecked Immigration” is Peter Brimelow’s vehement and passionate argument about curtailing the amount of immigrants coming into the United States. Brimelow feels strongly that the 1965 Immigration Act caused the rate of immigrants to skyrocket since that point. Also, his projection is that the population will reach an unprecedented amount by the year 2050: If present trends continue, the U.S. population will reach 390 million by 2050. More than 130 million will be post-1970 immigr