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Unformatted text preview: Michael Urban Professor Antenor English 1201-GC November 20, 2008 The Declaration of the Thoughts and Emotions of “Illegal” Immigrants Ultimately, as history takes its course, it is necessary for those who are treated unfairly to stand up for their rights. Therefore, it has become necessary for immigrants from foreign nations to stand up against the suppression that they have been placed under by the United States Government. A respect for fellow people calls for them to declare their reasons for doing so. We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men and women, immigrants and emigrants, are created equal. All have been endowed by their creator with certain in alienable rights that among these are the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. If a government interferes with these indisputable rights, it is the right and duty of the afflicted to throw off the old government and institute a new one which will protect their future security. Immigrants have suffered under the current government for too long. In order to illustrate the wrongs done by the government to immigrants, who are not citizens, let the world judge these facts. The United States Government has restricted the inalienable right to the pursuit of happiness by disallowing immigrants without visas to work and earn an honest living in the United States....
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- Spring '08
- English, United States Declaration of Independence, Immigration to the United States