Barry R. Chiswick's The Worker Next Door

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The Worker Next Door by Barry R. Chiswick, Angels in America by John Tierney, and Our Brave New World of Immigration. These three articles talk about how do people deal with immigrants. Immigrants are everywhere especially in the U.S. Each articles made lists and arguments on how if immigrants if they left, that stuff would still get done. Chiswick point is with a decline in low skilled foreign workers, life would go on. The Worker Next Door published in the New York Times on June 3, 2006 by Barry R. Chiswick, addresses this article by bringing up the topic about immigrants and low skilled foreign workers. He also argues that it’s better to reduce the numbers of low skilled foreign workers to bring more benefits back to American people and society. Chiswick is saying that if there were fewer …show more content…

He talks about the life of Angel Espinoza, a Mexican illegal immigrant and brings up his own own grandfather who was an Irish immigrant. Tierney argues that Hispanic immigrants are simply trying to achieve the American dream for themselves and their descendants, just as the Irish did. In the 7th paragraph it says, “It’s been argued that Mexicans are different from past immigrants because they’re closer to home and less likely to assimilate. Compared with other immigrants today, they’re less educated, and their children are more likely to get poor grades and dropout of school. Therefore, the arguments goes, Mexicans are in danger of becoming an underclass living in linguistically isolated ghettos.” The argument could go neutral. Congress should let the illegal immigrants get on a path to citizenship so they can help build the country. Not only that but there’s a lot Mexicans working hard to keep their life together. They try to change their ways differently from when they were in their

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