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Immigration is Key to America's Success

DONNA NIELSON MURPHY, BETTER ANGELS

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A man decided to purchase some tilapia to breed and stock a pond on his Florida property, according to a true story by author Harry Palmer. 679 more words

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Immigration and the American Family

APRIL LAWSON, BETTER ANGELS

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American politics today is a battle over solidarity. What we ask of the nation is that it recognize and respond to our particular experience, our particular suffering. 950 more words

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Immigration Economics, By the Numbers

SONJAY SINGH, PUSHING FORWARD

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The immigration debate often turns into a moralistic argument, with those on the left arguing for the expansion of amnesty and increased immigration quotas based on an idea of the right of movement and an obligation to provide sanctuary. 896 more words

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Some Sort of Synthesis

LUKE PHILLIPS, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN

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A lot of hay was made over President Trump’s order rescinding President Obama’s DACA order, some of it useful, much of it excessively passionate. 823 more words

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Reducing Immigration is Good for Americans of Color

FAIROOZ ADAMS, THE MILLENNIAL REPUBLICAN

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Would conditions be better for American racial minorities if immigration were to be restricted? 875 more words

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DACA is Part of the American Dream

KEVIN LEVY, PUSHING FORWARD

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The often-vitriolic immigration debate has reared its horned head again with the recent announcement from the White House that President Trump would rescind President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) program. 442 more words

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Immigration: Taking the Long View

SHANNA RATNER, BETTER ANGELS

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We often hear that America is a “nation of immigrants.” A more inclusive and accurate picture of who lives in our nation would specify not only the descendants of entrepreneurs, adventurers and people seeking religious freedom who founded our country and volunteered to come here, but also the Native Americans they displaced, and those descended from slaves who were brought here very much against their will. 943 more words

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