American exceptionalism can give America an edge over other nations simply because of our freedom to choose what we want to be and do. Americans may never trade or give up what they have in this country for anything different. We have high taxes, low minimum wages, and even may flaws in the political system and also corrupt politician that are supposed to keep us running. Many people may argue that the United States is better than almost any country because of our freedoms, but
Immigration is a huge issue in America. America is seen as the country of opportunity, which is true. In our eyes America broadens the mind of people and for some its a gateway for achievement and from poverty to help people better themselves. In Machiavelli's eyes based on his views on government, immigration coincide with his point made about generosity. Being generous “you must seize every opportunity to make a big display of your giving,” which would only attract immigrants and in most cases illegal immigrants at that.
The term “American Dream” is an idea that suggests that through hard work and determination, all people have the potential to live happy, successful lives. Clearly, there would be many different meanings according to different people based on race, religion and background. The American Dream started some time ago. As stated by Wikipedia, “Since its founding in 1776, the United States has regarded and promoted itself as an Empire of Liberty and prosperity. The ethos today simply indicates the ability, through participation in the society and economy, for everyone to achieve prosperity.
For example in the video John Crawford started a small business and if that business does not succeed then he can start another one. In America you will always have a chance to start over and fulfill your dreams, and your fantasies can come true. See giving up and failing in America is not an option because something will always come through. That is why America is amazing and a lot of opportunities. Our country is very organized with its government and all of the stuff that we have to offer here.
A massive variety of people take the opportunity to come to America and start a life here for themselves and/or their families. Undeniably the environment here is much better for raising a family, and the threats are fewer. However, this does not alter the fact that the American social structure makes it extremely difficult for immigrants to succeed. This “dream land” the United States is known for being is simply failing, and a lie for the majority of foreign citizens. Pat Mora’s poem entitled Immigrants is a very accurate representation of this point.
With both having almost completely opposing ideologies, the two parties are considered enemies where members often carry resentment for those of the opposite party. The central belief of the Republican party is that every person should be responsible for their own livelihood and place in society. The core ideology of the Democratic party is that the government should look out for the wellness of all persons even if that may mean sacrificing a few individual rights. With these being the two parties standpoints on government, it is no surprise that the two parties directly oppose one another. It is often considered that the Democratic party is more for the people and the Republican party is for the wealthy and those able to provide for themselves through free enterprise.
So "during the 19th century, the society and economy were completely altered due to the many new inventions created"(Essay written by Haisam Daouk, Hayat Showail, Kristelle Manassian, and Shahnaz Maktabi). Also, population increased all over the world. The rate of Industrial growth in 1913 right before the World war one increased dramatically in UK, France, Germany, Russia, and Italy. These five countries(and Austria-Hungary) are the main countries of World War one. These events all lead to Militarism, a better economy and foreign trade, led to countries having more money to buy weapons.
The United States was built by many races that emigrated from there home countries, which ultimately developed into one of the most prosperous countries of all time. The success of this country with various races performing the labor and taking part in the government has created a demand for admittance and a dream for people across the world. The demand for entrance into America is at such a high level that people are finding ways to enter illegally. With the illegal alien population raising it is taking a large toll on the disbursement of tax money. As immigration is becoming a more widespread problem, in America , it needs to bolster border security and increase punishment for both eiders and offenders.
The United States of America is a nation that thrives on diversity and acknowledges the necessity to offer opportunity in order to sustain equality. This country was built from the hard work of immigrants from all over the world to build what is America today. Many people arrive to the United States from their homeland countries both legally and illegally and it has never been such a concern until now. Immigration legal and illegal has pulled in plenty of eyebrow raises, media reports, and arguments on wither it places a positive or negative stain on the United States. Some believe that America benefits from immigration, while others blame immigration for all economic and employment crisis.
For this reason, one advantage of immigration for the United States is the increase in diversity of cultures all over the country. The United States is commonly seen as an immigrant nation, a common ground where everyone is welcome to work hard, improve living conditions, and chase what we call the American dream. It's true that immigration has always been an important part of American life, but in reality the U.S. has become strict about who can legally enter its borders. Of course, for every lawful immigrant in the United States, there are many more who try to enter illegally. Illegal immigration occurs when foreign individuals break U.S. immigration laws by illegally entering or residing in the country.