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Immigration in America

Summary: Provides a historical perspective of immigration in America. Details the life of a new immigrant. Discusses the implications of legal and illegal immigration.
For the past hundreds of years immigrants have flooded the shores of the United States, looking for a new life, a second chance. Many of these immigrants came poor, with little or no money, their only belongings being the clothes on their backs. These immigrants, with very little education, made/continue to make a gigantic impact on the history of the United States. Immigration affects the United States' economy in a positive way, without hardly any adverse effects.

Immigrants have been treated unfairly and unjustly since they started coming to the United States, and many new laws were created by the immigrant-hating government officials to help rid the US of these persons. "The power to deport has often been abused over trivial matters" (Lieberman 181). Immigrants were deported back to their home countries for sometimes no reason at all. There have been cases where immigrant husbands get divorced with...

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