Immigration Argument Analysis

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Regarding to the video, I believe that all three speakers have made good points from their perspective of open boarders for immigration. In the results of the debate it would seem that two of the speakers are sided on pro open boarders for immigration. Hence, the third speaker is against the idea of open boarder for immigration. The third speaker that was oppose to the idea of open boarder for immigration, have even stated out before his speech that this debate was two against one. Hence, the debate really bought out some interesting ideas, opinions and points of each speaker’s overview on the immigration policy and open boarder. The debate have three well-known guest speakers: Bryan Caplan, Mark Krikorian, and Alex Nowrasteh. Bryan and Alex …show more content…

Mark points out 3 reasons why he believes that American should not open its borders to immigration. Marks states the first reason to be patriotic solidarity, which is good that people in their own communities stand together and share a loyalty. His second reason that immigrants are human beings, too. Immigrants are not just another pair of hands to all to the labor input, immigrants comes with all the virtues and vices with them. Mark’s third reason is that because immigrants are people, the high levels of immigration would increase political support and a bigger …show more content…

But, Bryan Caplan does make more sense about the open broader for immigration in America. There is an important aspect towards immigration, we shouldn’t keep immigrants out of America, because of the job competition. Bryan’s points of argument on human rights and nature should be consider, immigrants are people and not just a pair of hands to add towards the labor contribution. While, I do see a point in Mark’s argument against opening the boarders, because it will cause some sort of chaos with all the millions of immigrants that would love to come pouring into America for a better life. Granted, Mark does prove some vital points in opening the boarders for immigrations, he does not take into consideration that immigration does benefit American in a lot of ways. And, as human beings, immigrants deserved to have rights and equal opportunity like the rest of us. Immigrants adds more to the greatness of diversity in

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