At young ages, the DREAMERS didn’t have any say in the decision to come to the United States or not. Many have never lived in their “home” country long enough to call it their own and they will actually contribute to the U.S. economy. Some say that these illegal immigrants steal jobs and spots at universities from legal Americans. But, they add to the economy with good jobs they could get and good education. The DREAMERS contribute to the workforce just like legal Americans.
The first problem is that Robert Wakefield, has no experience and has very little knowledge about the war and how to fight it. The second problem is that Robert Wakefield finds out that most drugs comes from Mexico, and despite the fact that we spend 3000 trillion dollars on fighting this war, we still didn’t do a lot in terms of stopping it. The third problem is that there’s no czar on the other side in Mexico, which means that there’s nobody who’s fighting this war on the other side. In addition, on his way back from a trip he took with several the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA), Law Enforcement, and Military Officials, Robert Wakefield finds out that there’s no one from treatment on the plane; and also no one on this plane seems to have any idea on how to fight this war. Another problem is the high temptation in Mexico to sell drugs because they don’t pay like U.S pay to their employees.
The United States opened up many opportunities for, not only my family, but to many immigrants as well. Growing up my parents were very poor, they had a slight chance to survive if they stayed in Mexico.”. Kristhell is speaking for many immigrants coming into the U.S. They don’t want to cause trouble or steal jobs. They came here for a safer and better life with more opportunities.
With the corruption in the government being mainly caused because of the ongoing drug war, the Mexican police force had to get involved. The approaches that the police force established to try to rid corruption within the government can be seen as controversial. Let's start with the facts. “State and local forces find themselves outgunned, overwhelmed, and often purchased outright by gangsters” (Althaus Web). Police officers are underpaid, with a starting salary of less than $350 a month, and are expected to buy their own equipment, even bullets.
Illegal Immigration: What Are Its Pros and Cons Individual 2012, there were approximately 11 million unauthorized immigrants in the US that make up over 3% of the total population. This may have something to do with the American dream. After all, the USA has been known throughout history as the ultimate destination when searching for greener pastures. The steady flow of immigrants from all over the world is unlikely to slow down anytime soon which is why America is the most diverse country today. Mexicans make up the majority of unauthorized immigrants in the USA.
For decades, immigration has been a problem for the United States. Due to the people traveling from their native lands to the United States seeking a better life for themselves, and more primarily for the family that has come with them. Immigration is the action of settling into a country of which one is not native. Despite the many legal immigrants not every immigrant enters the country with legal documents and most of these illegal immigrants are poor and uneducated. Some undocumented immigrants commit crimes such as drug smuggling, or terrorism.
Just about everyone in the typical Yeoman farmer family had a job or chores they were required to do to help out on the land and they often dreaded it. For example, men had to tend to the plantations while women tended the house. Children even had to help gather and collect items and food necessary to keep the family going. Yeoman farmers were also craftsman skilled in carpentry and blacksmithing therefore they were able to produce some income. Due to their abilities to make money and own land the men of this class were able to vote.
The poor and lazy people in Maycomb are the Ewell 's family, they rarely worked, and when they did thy held a very low job. They made little money and therefore often turn into thievery. They did not come from a respectable families. The poor and hard working people in Maycomb are the Cunningham 's family, they really work hard for their money and food to put on the table, with their little money that they have they still take their children to school and get their education, they don 't rely on the government, the community really respect them because of the good things that they do. The Great Depression affect them but they didn 't allow it to overcome them.
They often work long hours in unhealthy environment. “Although the Mexican law provides sufficient protections for the employees, the factory managers often ignore it”. ( - Shah ) No unions are allowed. Factories export goods to other countries in low taxes, and they make more money.
The book Rebirth overall was a great book to read about the Chicano history. It was detailed about the rough time in Los Angeles for Mexican Immigrants. It showed me certain viewpoints that I would’ve never saw such as the discrimination against U.S citizens being labeled as illegal aliens because of their looks. From what I read most Los Angeles Mexican American settlers were deported on a small compact train that was full of people from the United States to Mexico. Simply, because of their skin color or their similar looks to Mexicans.
A freedmen is taking part in sharecropping as he gives most of the crops he produced to the land’s owner. He hopes for a better life, but he knows he will be forever indebted to the landowner. While some things changed for the better, the acceptance of African Americans was still scarce. During Reconstruction, the life of freedmen did change politically, but not socially or economically.
Due to its lack of work within the country, a lot of Mexicans have crossed the border in search of work for the greater life. This is not totally a negative for Mexico, as most of these immigrants send most of their wages back to their family that they have left behind. This in turn makes their economy grow, but once these immigrants are caught and send back home, this brings that economic instability that Mexico is desperately struggling with. Another major issue for Mexico is that of its drug smuggling, violence, and corruption not only along the border. Which has caused its neighboring country the United States to enforce more regulations in which who they allow into the United States legally for work.