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    Illegal immigration is something we should be deeply concerned about in our rowing economy. I believe that our future president should stop or control illegal immigration. There are many issues currently in the United States and with this election, we need to think about these issues. A big one is illegal immigration, and what should we do about it. One reason we should stop illegal immigration is because there’s already to many of them in the United States. Yes, illegal immigrants can help our…

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    Nowrasteh, Alex. "INTRODUCTION THE ECONOMICS OF IMMIGRATION." Cato Journal, vol. 37, no. 3, 2017, pp. 445-447, ProQuest Central, https://login.ezp.pasadena.edu/login?url=https://search.proquest.com/docview/1944208419?accountid=28371. There are endless debates on immigration and the effects brought upon by it. In this Cato journal, Alex Nowrasteh, brings together a collaboration of journals by many scholars who have completed extensive research and studies in the economics of immigration and the…

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    At his height, Pablo Escobar, leader of the Medellin cartel, was making $420 million per week through the importing of over fifteen tons of cocaine daily into the United States. Although the number of people killed during Escobar’s leading of the Medellin Cartel (1975-1993) is unknown, one of Escobar’s hitman has been linked to over three hundred murders and ordered over three thousand murders. Escobar’s constant cash flow and notorious murder record made him one of the richest, ruthless and…

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    title Discrimination occurs everyday in the United States, and it can take the many different forms. Discrimination is defined as the unequal treatment of a person or group of people. Discrimination in the workplace was made illegal by the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which protects U.S. citizens from being discriminated against due to his or her race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, when seeking a job ( Lee ). Although this act allowed many people to obtain certain jobs…

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    The ambition to impose the interests of drug trafficking, led Pablo Escobar Gaviria to try to establish his own laws and regulations, causing serious damage to the Colombian society and the government of that time. The perfect utopia that he dreamed, became the worst dystopia for the consequences in the country. The drug economy connected the production, marketing and finance in a network that ignores national boundaries. The clandestine nature of the drug economy difficult the analyze of their…

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    Throughout history there has been great leaders. They all made different impacts on the world and have influenced people in many ways. Revolutions also played a huge part in these leader's contributions. Simon Bolivar was a leader that had social and political goals that influenced various countries, even though they were not accomplished. Simon Bolivar was an influential and great leader because he impacted many countries, was fair towards the people, and had goals he wanted to accomplish.…

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    1. If I happened to be in the situation I would not be happy about it. First, I would no be happy with my parents because they should have told me the truth. I am not mad at my parents because our family are undocumented, the reason why I would not be happy is because these whole 18 years I did not know that I am not a United States American citizens. Second I would be mad at the government because our family has been in the United States for a long time. We should be able to get our citizenship…

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    In This article, the author express both positive and negative points of view toward illegal immigrants in the restaurant business. The article addresses the way that without this undocumented worker, that numerous organizations will close and that the economy will endure colossally. Some of the laws that have been placed set up to keep illegal immigrants from working in the restaurant business have even brought about some illegal worker clients to abstain from eating at those restaurants or…

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    Colombia the beautiful a place I called home every summer since I could remember when I was little. A place that seemed so harmless to me because I spent most of my younger years living there with my grandparents never imagining I would be surprised to change my opinion. The last summer I visited Colombia was the worst and traumatizing in my life, needless to say a summer that changed my life. Having planned and amazing day ahead with family, shopping and enjoying the beautiful likes of Tumaco,…

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    Immigration Immigration, is it a problem? For some countries yes it is a major problem. Immigrants are also a problem across the globe and in a few countries they are a problem that is unmanageable. Illegal immigrants are a significant dilemma across the world but, in the United States immigration has gotten to the point where there are more immigrants in the U.S than anywhere in the world. The main area that the U.S has problems with immigrants is its one thousand nine hundred and fifty…

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