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Final Rebuttal flow chart notes

Final Rebuttal flow chart notes - innovation is strong in...

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Blame When responding to the affirmative’s Blame with saying that the present system is effectively providing access to those seeking to immigrate into the United states, My evidence for 1) Current immigration policies do not constrain the flow of high skilled workers into the U.S., provided by Hiawatha Bray in April of 2009 expresses that the unfulfilling of H-1B visas would give leeway to an access of foreign students applying for U.S. jobs, thus taking away future jobs from U.S. college graduates. Reason my opponents’ evidence is worse Ill In response to the affirmative’s Ills, stating that the failure to increase immigration into the United States is not disastrous is further supported by my evidence for 1) US technological
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Unformatted text preview: innovation is strong in the present system, which came from Veronica Franco of marketresearch.com. Her evidence was gathered from the Nanotechnology Market Forecast to 2013 report. This report shows that the U.S. is and will continue to be the most prominent in the Nanotechnology market. All of the reasons why this prominence is occurring and will continue are because of budget allocation for Research and development, agencies working in the field, and federal funding. Work visas are not among these crucial reasoning’s behind the U.S.s’ strong technological innovation. Reason my opponents’ evidence is wrong...
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  • Winter '11
  • Stevenson
  • Immigration to the United States, U.S. state, high skilled workers, nanotechnology market, Nanotechnology Market Forecast

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