Inhumane In America

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Immigration has long been one of the most heated debates in the U.S. coincidentally, Republicans tend to be harsher and less tolerant in an array of policies, compared to democrats. Ultimately the debate between who gets let in and who gets left out comes down to perspective and political ideals shaped by a coagulation of principles likes nationalism or humanitarianism. Savage, and Agren, and Colarusso give an impressive depiction of the issue of immigration from the inside of government to the outskirts of Central America giving rise to the questions concerning accommodation, money, safety, domestic acceptance, and international responsibility, all culminating to the idea that immigration reform may be a lose-lose game. Savage and Agren readily…show more content…
It merely stated the concern of many people with the idea that a treacherous journey is inhumane if they are indeed led to believe that there is hope in entering. The parent whose hopes lie in life and not death sends their child away to give them the best option they have; this is not inhumane. Sending an airplane full of undocumented children back to the countries where they will inevitably meet certain death is inhumane, especially in the circumstances of finance. The U.S. frequently intervenes in developing countries’ affairs in the name of civility and global peace, but just as frequently lets the issue of immigration drop and subsist under a country to a country laissez-faire…show more content…
Those in positions of governmental influence want extremist goals like closing the border completely or sending all immigrants back while making regulations for staying stricter. This can also be seen in Savage and Anden’ article where one republican mention flying all of the children back to their countries to send a message. Contrarily, those in the community with familial or cultural ties to the immigrants being deported also want unrealistic actions taken without much consideration perhaps for due process. Both articles describe the ineffectiveness of communication with the Latino population of the U.S. or Central America. Either with a lack of communicational distribution of material in Spanish for the Spanish population during the presidential campaign or a lack of clear information about immigrations laws and the fate of all of those who try to enter the country, there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the system failed. Another concept only briefly mentioned was the contrast and division of views in the United States. The lack of unity also greatly contributes to ineffectiveness in every
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