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Analysis on “America’s Real Dream Team” and ‘Immigration Problem Is About Us, Not Them” They’ve had to work twice as hard as any American would to achieve their goals. They’ve had to endure name calling, racism, and being belittled in their quest for a better life. Immigrants come into this country searching for the American dream, and who are we to deny hard working people that right. We call America the land of opportunity but yet we refuse to let immigrants have the opportunity to succeed. In this essay I will talk about why immigration is important in order for our nation to thrive, compare two essays that support immigration, and analyze the aims and modes for each essay. Our nation is built on opportunity and giving everyone a chance no matter what their background is or by the color of their skin. Immigration is what makes America what it is today, a great nation with endless possibilities. Immigrants come to America to chase their dreams and to give a better life to their families. Other countries don’t have the many opportunities that we have here in the United States, and many countries are restricted to certain things that students can learn about. It is important that we keep our doors open for diversity and for the equality for everyone to have a chance at an American dream. Pilardi’s essay is focused on the employers of the immigrants and how they are never in the spotlight like many of the issues surrounding the immigrant workers. The main idea of her essay is to bring to light that immigrants aren’t the problem, we are. She uses the persuasion aim and evaluation mode to convey her point across. She urges us to see the wrong in “securing our borders” by explaining that “This is not the first time, nor will it be the last, that workers have come across the southern border in great numbers to make a living and to contribute to the U.S. economy.” (326) It is not their fault that they want to come to America to make a... Show More

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