As the Statue of Liberty poem beckons all those who yearn to breathe free to come to the United States, the candidates for the U.S. Presidency are debating the merits of border walls and immigration restrictions. How should we balance this "freedom" expressed in the Statue of Liberty poem with the need to regulate the numbers of those who are allowed to our country each year? What impact, if any, would the building of border walls and immigration restrictions have on the ideal of "freedom" expressed in the Statue of Liberty poem?
Length: Your essay should have no fewer than 1,000 words and no more than 1,250 words.
Form: The essay must be in English and should be typed or prepared on a computer or word processor, using black type in a non-script font no smaller than 12 point or larger than 14 point. It should be double-spaced and typed on one side of good quality 8 1/2 x 11 paper.
Bibliography (Works Cited Page): Any information used must be cited properly. Use the OWL Purdue site for proper citation format.
This assignment will be graded as a persuasive research essay.
Only accept this if you can complete this by Oct 31, 2016