English 134 Arguement Proposal

English 134 Arguement Proposal - Brad Rogers Professor...

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Brad Rogers Professor Truelsen English 134 2 February 2010 The Proposal Illegal Immigration in the United States has been a very controversial topic lately. Specifically the immigration of illegal immigrants from Mexico and other South American countries has been the main issue. Illegal immigration can be argued both for and against it. People arguing against illegal immigration say that the immigrants are flooding the states and taking away lower paying jobs from American citizens. People who argue for illegal immigration say that these people are simply trying to find a better life for their families and make better wages than they would have in their country of origin. Both of these arguments have merit to them and should be analyzed and debated. People arguing against illegal immigration say that the illegal immigrants are taking over the lower paying jobs in the work force and forcing out American citizens because the immigrants are willing to accept lower wages. They also say that these immigrants are in the
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course BRAE 134 taught by Professor Truelson during the Spring '11 term at Cal Poly.

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