Emotivism Essay

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It is well known among both immigrants and Americans that there is an immigration problem in the United States of America. Where the problem lies with most Americans is that there is a right way to enter the country and a wrong way, most individual draw their conclusion of immigration with emotivism. There is "About 11.7 million immigrants are living in the United States illegally, a population that has not varied much over the last three years but may recently be increasing again, according to new estimates published Monday by the Pew Research Center Hispanic Trends Project." Preston, (2013). We will approach this from a variety of aspects. We will look at how immigration stated in America, When immigration became a problem, some of the negatives and positives illegal immigrants bring to America, and finally what looks like the best way to move forward in the future with immigration. Now to get a complete picture of immigration in America we must start are the beginning. From the beginning, The United States started off as a nation of immigrants, starting with the first Europeans in the 1500's, led by the French and Spanish settlers. Both had began establishing small settlements or towns in what would become America. In most ways they are the one in the same as immigrants today. Why do desire to live in America? To pursue their American dream. What you can see is that a vast majority of these individual are driven by the effect of emotivism, which is an overall emotional response to a problem. Just like the original settlers on the 1400's, they are both after religious and economic freedoms that America provides. They both found and find challenges doing such because the price of the voyage was so high in prices, that an est... ... middle of paper ... ...These residents are drawn by the increasing demand for service-oriented businesses ranging from restaurants to law firms and by the employment that is preserved in sectors like manufacturing. The report also finds that immigrants are boosting civic engagement through participating in their communities and in the military while creating American jobs through entrepreneurship. The Brookings Institution recently described the 10 traits of globally fluent metropolitan areas, one of which is “opportunity and appeal to the world,” where metro areas are “magnets to attract global investment, new businesses, skilled workers, entrepreneurs, immigrants, foreign students, tourists, and/or business travelers from around the world.” See The Brookings Institute, is looking at this from virtue ethics view, when what is better for the greater good when it comes to the individual.

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