RWS 281 the border.docx - RWS 281 Doutahat Ross and Woodson \u201cThe Border.\u201d The Aims of Argument A Text Reader Sixth edition ED McGraw-Hill Companies

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RWS 281 Doutahat, Ross and Woodson. “The Border.” The Aims of Argument A Text Reader. Sixth edition. ED. McGraw-Hill Companies, New York: 2009.579-582. Douthat and Woodson both argue that securing the border may not be feasible no matter what the public wants. The Border Patrol has become mach bigger and more professional controlling the border to prevent entering illegal immigrants to United States. The Border Patrol has increased the number of agents from 2,000 to 11,000 to control the border stricter. They add more troops to police the border, use aircraft, motion sensor, and remote video camera. Last year they installed a “Predator B” which is an unmanned aerial that transmit the images very quickly. However, with all these help, approximately 485,000 illegal immigrants crossed the border and came to the United States since 2000 which is more that legal aliens since 1995. Though, the political leaders believe that restricting immigration is not economically beneficial, it is very hard to reduce the influx illegal immigration form south. Therefore, the political leaders to solve this problem

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