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English Comp II : Immigration Anti Outline

by: Brooklyn Brown

English Comp II : Immigration Anti Outline EN 102 English Composition

Brooklyn Brown
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Daniel Collum
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Brooklyn Brown on Wednesday September 28, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to EN 102 English Composition at Kentucky State University taught by Daniel Collum in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see English in Journalism and Mass Communications at Kentucky State University.


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Date Created: 09/28/16
Brooklyn Brown Danny Collum English Comp II Explanatory Summary (Outline) I. Steven A. Camarota explores the many ways that the U.S. needs fewer immigrants. A. Camarota stated that the U.S. would be in more economic trouble if there were more immigrants legal and illegal. B. Immigration levels need to be decreased within the standards of America, not to please the immigrants by far. II. Camarota continues to stand on the principle that immigrates should not be able to stand in America with privilege. A. His first point was that there has been a huge increase of immigrants in America and that each year it seems to increase. B. Camarota has even questioned the possibility of the major increase of Latin Americans being in America. C. He even wants to know why there even being allowed to do so. III. Camarota main focus was uneducated immigrants being in completion with unskilled Americans. A. He continues to expand on the fact that Latin Americans had to have the idea of coming to America premeditated. B. There has been a lot of research stating that Americans had already been poor prior immigrated. IV. Closing Statement A. Camarota reestablished his beliefs about immigrants legal and illegal, saying that should not be America at all. B. They are benefiting off of already poor and unskilled Americans.


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