Unformatted text preview: the healthiest to join and strengthen our population. However, this choice should balance out with an equal number of applicants admitted based on the theory of an organic society. This theory contends that the social fabric includes every person, and what is done to or by one member affects the entire population. Therefore, we must also allocate citizenship rights to those who need it most, meaning the poorest, most oppressed, least skilled members of the global community because by improving their situation, we are improving ourselves as a collective. Based on these premises, no merit should be given or denied an applicant based solely on their country of origin. The even application of these two policies alone would provide an excellent foundation on which to base citizenship decisions....
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- Spring '09
- Sociology, Immigration to the United States, united states immigration, certain extenuating circumstances