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Kathryn Beddow ENC 1102-Crombie Rogerian Paper December 9, 2011 The American Dream Immigration into the United States can bring joy to many, yet some people feel as though it is eliminating opportunities for those who are already citizens. People long for “the American dream: and travel to America on their last penny, risking health and braving the weather. Whereas some people view their own American dreams as being put at risk by immigrants. There are thousands of people living in little shacks, with no job and little, if any, food. Millions of people suffer at the hands of drug cartels and under harsh government—many just beyond the southern border of the United States. People in such conditions deserve a better life and so do their children to come. Many people seek a better life and attempt to find it in “the American dream”—“the melting pot” that is the United States of America. Here immigrants can have the comfort of being away from the drug cartels and access to food stamps. Also, the
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course ENGL 1102 taught by Professor Professorcrombie during the Fall '11 term at Tallahassee Community College.

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