Essay on E2D3 Annotated Bibliography

Submitted By Emil-Andersson
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Emil Andersson
Professor J. Littwin

Modification Proposal for the Immigration Policy in the United States:
An Annotated Bibliography What endorsements should the United States apply in order to stop illegal immigration? Is a modification of the 14th Amendment necessary in order to prevent misuse of the immigration system, or will the United States loose what it fundamentally represents if that happens?
Capps, Randy, and Michael Fix. "Immigration Reform: A Long Road to Citizenship and Insurance Coverage." Health Affairs 32.4 (2013): 639-42. Public Health And Safety. ProQuest. ProQuest Research Library. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.
Republicans, in contradiction of making undocumented immigrants legally authorized, lost many votes in the presidential election 2012, which helped Barack Obama to reelection. Since the presidential election 2012 the question regarding immigration reform rose vastly in interest and became one of the most prevalent topics in Washington. This scholarly journal depicts the long-term consequences of having illegal immigrants not being able to access health care in the United States. This source gives me an idea about the consequences of illegal immigration and the current status in the political world regarding immigration policy in general. The article is published by The People to People Health Foundation – Project Hope, which is an organization with a mission to sustainable enhance health care around the world. This source that published this scholarly journal is dedicated to improve health around the world, in this case for immigrants. This source has proven that the question about immigration policy is on the agenda and it will generally sharpen my views of immigration in the United States.

Dolar, Veronika. Personal interview. 27 Oct. 2014.
The professor of economics at Long Island University, Veronika Dolar, received her Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 2010. In the interview Dolar compares the positive and the negative sides of illegal immigration, and she argues that illegal immigrants are the reason why the United States can hold up a well functional economy. However, an immigration reform is still necessary for the structure of the United States’ economy according to her. Dolar provided information and thoughts based through micro and macro economic theories, and personal experiences. Dolar answered my questions in a mixture of an objective and biased way. With objective facts and persuading personal experiences, Dolar slightly changed my perspective of illegal immigration. Compared with other sources, this interview is the only direct oral information provided. This source gives me a deeper aspect of illegal immigration’s influence of the United States economy.

McConnell, Campbell R., Stanley L. Brue, and David Macpherson. Contemporary Labor Economics. 9th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, 2010. Print.
This book is discusses the public policy issues and the contemporary economic crisis through micro and macro theories. The book goes into depth of how the United States possibly can handle the extensive illegal immigration. Through statistics and facts, the book draw conclusions, this is a neutral persuasion of the topic on immigration. Therefore, the source is reliable but it might not encounter the ethical and moral questions of the subject. Although, the source remains very useful in order to understand economic parts this topic to the detail.

McConnell, Campbell R., Stanley L. Brue, and Sean M. Flynn. Economics: Principles, Problems, and Policies. 19th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill Companies, 2012. Print.
Similarly to the book Contemporary Labor Economics, this book generally focuses on the specific economic issues and the policy alternatives of the economy of the United States. The source gives me an objective insight of immigration in the United States compared to the World by using statistics and facts based on micro