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Unformatted text preview: Modern Challenges in Immigration Amy Croall Ethics March 11, 2011 There is no ideal resolution to the intricate decisions that must be made concerning the United States immigration policies. Although, the decision must be made both by wide-ranging, proportion based policies, with the help of case-by-case appraisal of applications with certain mitigating circumstances. The best resolution in this intricate area of foreign policy is double- sided, based on the organic and atomistic views of society as a whole. The atomistic view of society asserts that each of us is an individual performing in our own interests; completely self- sufficient of others. This view goes hand-in-hand with the social theory of survival of the fittest, which is a theoretical analysis of Charles Darwin's conclusions. In accordance with this view, it is in the best interests of the United States to assume the most profitable candidates, meaning that only those individuals with the best education, most wealth, and the healthiest will...
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