Globalized Games Of Polarized Power Analysis

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Globalized Games of Polarized Power There are millions of stories, detailing migration into America, but many have the same underlining fact; change is not easy. With change, comes both benefits and costs on the lives of migrants, which can often be challenging to determine and quantify.
Through the creation of policies and propaganda, immigration into America at this point is similar to a rigged board game; where selected groups received further incentives and experienced players set the rules. “The Game” rewards the exploitation of immigrants unfamiliar with the rules by externalizes the costs of doing so on foreign societies, both socially and environmentally. This Game changes the lives of those playing and those whom refuse.

Globally there is increasing pressures to participate in The Game of capitalism as it imposes itself onto these societies. Through the Globalization of Free Market trade, capitalism finds its way into the lives of the furthest reaches; creating the circumstances for Immigration into America. They enter as a new player, lacking knowledge on the rules and tricks, unfamiliar with the board.
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The War also generated strong senses of nationalism for Italians and a desire for complete assimilation across the wider society. Throughout war times, new arrivals and immigration sharply drop allowing the Italian population to mature and transition. This continued into the 1920’s, as national prohibition formed lucrative illegal markets, The Mob began to bring money into these Italian communities. I’d argue that at this point the Italians completely changed The Game, by forming an influential group and working their way into a position of power. The Great Depression, however, completely overshadows the gains among the social hierarchy and forced Italians into tight communities during this

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