1. Ethics

    should united states government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? What do you think? Should we favor certain nationalities as we have throughout most of our history? Should we favor skilled and educated workers? Should we favor spouses and children
  2. eth- please revise

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants. Immigration policy in the United States deals with people that are entering the country; especially, those who plan to work and remain illegally. In essence, when it comes to the
  3. ETH

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants?
  4. eth

    should united states government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants?
  5. eth

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants?
  6. Cultural Diversity

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Please tell us what you think, and we'll be glad to critique it and add more ideas.
  7. Eth 125

    Could somone check my grammar for me. I am not the best and could use some help. Thanks. • Imagine yourself as a current member of your selected group, and consider the following question: Would I want to immigrate to the United States, and why? Think
  8. cutural diversity

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Should [citizenship] preference be given to the neediest applicants? The most talented? The most oppressed? The richest? Should applications from certain countries be given priority
  9. ETH 125

    should united states gov't policy favor certain kinds of immigrants
  10. Ethnics

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Should citizenship preference be given to the neediest applicants, the most talented, the most oppressed or the richest? Should applicants from certain countries be given priority?
  11. eth

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? o Should [citizenship] preference be given to the neediest applicants? The most talented? The most oppressed? The richest? o Should applications from certain countries be given
  12. Cultural Diversity

    Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Should citizenship preference be given to the neediest applicants? The most talented? The most oppressed? The richest? Should applications from certain countries be given priority?
  13. eth-info needed please

    should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Should ( citizenship) preference be given to the neediest applicants? The most talented? The most oppressed? The richest? should applications from certain countries be given
  14. eth 125 culture diversity

    • • Select an immigrant group from Ch. 4 of the text. Imagine yourself as a current member of that group, and consider the question, ―Would I want to immigrate to the United States , and why?‖ Think about what opinion you would have of the
  15. Immigration

    200-300 word summary that answers all of the following questins: Should United States government policy favor certainkinds of immigrants? Should citizenship preference be givento the neediest applicants? The most talented? the most Oppressed? the Richest?
  16. eth- please revise

    Immigration policy in the United States deals with people that are entering the country; especially, those who plan to work and remain illegally. In essence, when it comes to the issue of immigration, it is really delicate to admit that the United States
  17. ethn- please revise

    should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Should ( citizenship) preference be given to the neediest applicants? The most talented? The most oppressed? The richest? should applications from certain countries be given
  18. CULTURAL DIVERSITY

    Can anyone please read over my assignment and let me know if there are any grammar or spelling errors? CheckPoint: Modern Challenges in Immigration o Should United States government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? o Should [citizenship]
  19. history

    how is the creation of public policy in Russia different from that in the united states? Russia's president passes public policy through referendums; in united states the president must wait for congress to pass legislation. *** the president of the united
  20. spell

    Should Illegal Immigrants Be Allowed Into The U.S? Illegal immigrants should be allowed into America. An illegal immigrant is any person who enters the United States illegally, or any person who enters legally and stays past the time allowed. There are
  21. spell

    Illegal immigrants should be allowed into America. An illegal immigrant is any person who enters the United States illegally, or any person who enters legally and stays past the time allowed. There are many arguments that support allowing illegal
  22. social studies

    Hello, I am writing an essay paper and collecting information on my opinions and yours Should US government policy favor certain kinds of immigrants? Should citinzenship preference be given to the neediest applicants, and should applicants from certain
  23. History

    Which of the following statements about immigration to the United States is most accurate? A:All immigrants have easily assimilated into American society. B:The ethnic mix of the American population has remained unchanged. C:The number of immigrants
  24. Socail Studies

    Why does immigration most likely continue to increase the U.S. population? The U.S. economy benefits from immigrant labor. Immigrants are needed as soldiers in the U.S. military. The U.S. government seeks out immigrants to combat falling birth rates.
  25. Social Studies question

    Why does immigration most likely continue to increase the U.S. population? The U.S. economy benefits from immigrant labor. Immigrants are needed as soldiers in the U.S. military. The U.S. government seeks out immigrants to combat falling birth rates.
  26. Soc Stud

    Why was the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 necessary? A.The legislation setting immigration policy had expired. B.Too many immigrants were coming to the United States each year. C.Existing American immigration policies were discriminatory. D.The
  27. Social Studies

    In the text, You read this about the bank of the united states: The bank of the united states had been a subject of dispute since its early days. The bank had greate over the nations banking system because it controlled loans made by state banks. When the
  28. History

    The difference between the so-called old and "new immigrants" was: Select one: a. Their reasons for migrating to the United States b. That the native language for the new immigrants was typically English. c. That the new immigrants were from southern and
  29. us history

    why did united states policy makers feel the need to secure new markets abroad in the late 1800s? what risks did the united states take in attepting to find new foreign markets? why did the american public favor war with spain what impact did teddy
  30. government

    how did soviet agricultural policy differ from the policy practiced in the united states?
  31. United States History

    How is this map different from a typical map of the United States? I couldn't get the map to paste here but it is of the Eastern United States with all the states names crossed out and Irish names put in. circa 1900's I think it was during the potato
  32. Social

    Which of the following was a key factor in the passage of the Emergency Quota Act in 1921? A. the desire to have only American-born citizens in the United States B. the fear of a second wave of communist immigrants C. a fear that immigrants would take jobs
  33. history

    n President James Monroe's annual address to Congress in 1823, he outlined his foreign policy. This policy has become known as the Monroe Doctrine. What was the main point of the Monroe Doctrine? A. The United States would prevent future European
  34. History

    "Americans had decided how to rule their new territories. When the war with Spain began, the United States pledged to "leave the government and control of cuba to its people." In what way did the United States fail to keep the promise referred to in this
  35. Social Studies

    1) The four major kinds of natural vegetation in the United States and Canada are tundra, grassland, desert scrub, and a. permafrost. b. forest. c. swamp. d. all of the above 2) Why is mining important to the economy of the United States? a. It employs
  36. social studies

    How did U.S. participation in World War I impact U.S. foreign policy in the decade immediately after the war? A) The United States joined the League of Nations. B) The United States strengthened its alliances in Latin America. C) The United States used the
  37. History

    Which of the following statements best summarizes Washington’s viewpoint on American foreign policy? (1 point) The United States can take advantage of Europe’s ambition. The United States should limit interaction with Europe to commerce, or trade.
  38. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Compare the U.S. response to Soviet actions in Afghanistan with the U.S. response to Soviet actions in Poland. A. The United States condemned Soviet policy towards both countries. B. The United States adopted a policy of detente in both countries C. The
  39. Social Studies

    Compare the U.S. response to Soviet actions in Afghanistan with the U.S. response to Soviet actions in Poland. A. The United States condemned Soviet policy towards both countries. B. The United States adopted a policy of detente in both countries C. The
  40. social studies

    Which of the following statements best summarizes Washington’s viewpoint on American foreign policy? (1 point) The United States can take advantage of Europe’s ambition. The United States should limit interaction with Europe to commerce, or trade.
  41. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Compare the U.S response to Soviet actions in Afghanistan with the U.S response to Soviet actions in Poland. A.)The United States condemned Soviet policy towards both countries B.)The United States adopted a policy of detente in both countries C.)The
  42. Social Studies

    What fundamental problem did Noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation? A. that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as a whole B. that the central government would always favor large states over
  43. history

    why was the Open Door Policy important to the United States? a. it gave the United States territory in China b. it gave the United States access to millions of consumers in China c. it increased Chinese investments in the United States d. it kept European
  44. History

    1.)What was the goal of the Alien & Sedition Acts? A.)To stop immigration into the United States B.)To decrease the power of the president C.)To increase the freedom of the press D.)To limit criticisms of the government A.)Helping the economy grow B.)Doing
  45. History

    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect
  46. history

    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect
  47. History

    Which of these questions was central for U.S foreign policy in the years immediately following the War of 1812? A. Should the United States expand into the Pacific? B. What should be down about Texan independence? C. How should the boundary between the
  48. Economics

    Match the following statements to the proper terms. 1. fiscal policies that favor increasing government spending rather than adjusting taxes 2. fiscal policies that favor cutting taxes rather than increasing government spending 3.A monetary policy designed
  49. SS

    Immigrants who came to the united states in the 1800s, had which effect on the country? A:filled many jobs. B:created businesses. C:fueled expansion of the united states. D: all of the above. I think the answer is D. Thank you
  50. history/MS.SUE

    Ms.Sue please check this why was the Open Door Policy important to the United States? a. it gave the United States territory in China b. it gave the United States access to millions of consumers in China c. it increased Chinese investments in the United
  51. History

    Could someone please tell me if I have answered the question? What were the US cold war policies and practices in international relations in the late 1940s to the mid 1950s? During the late 1940’s and 1950’s the tensions were greater than before
  52. History help

    Could someone please tell me if I have answered the question? What were the US cold war policies and practices in international relations in the late 1940s to the mid 1950s? During the late 1940’s and 1950’s the tensions were greater than before
  53. english

    You need to explain applications: I assumed you were describing visa applications. Should applications from certain countries be given priority? College applications? This is a sensitive subject but in my opinion, yes. I found it extremely valuable to
  54. Government US

    2. Which of the following statements best describes the relationship today between government and the economy in the United States? a. The economy is largely self-regulating. b. The government subsidizes economic interests but otherwise leaves them to
  55. Ethics

    What are the fundamental values of each of these health systems: The system In Mexico, the system in Canada, the system in the United Kingdom, and the system in the United States? I think it has to do with comparison of the healthcare systems in Canada and
  56. Us History

    Task: Identify two events (Monroe Doctrine & Open Door Policy) in U.S History that demonstrate how the U.S has promoted the national interest by taking foreign policy actions and for each event : .Discuss the historical circumstances that led the United
  57. Social Studies

    Which statement best explains why the United States supported harsh government of El Salvador and Guatemala? A.)The United States benefited from an economic relationship with both countries. B.)U.S policy supported democratic throughout Latin America C.)El
  58. college American Government

    How should the United States prosecute its war against global terrorism over the next several years? Should the United States become more aggressive in taking preemptive action in accordance with the Bush Doctrine? Or should the United States be more
  59. social studies

    1. In what way did both the U.S. government and its citizens benefit from the war? (WWII) A. The government was able to defeat U.S. enemies, and citizens could freely travel. B. The government was able to enforce its isolationist policy, and citizens could
  60. political science

    An important reason for why public policy and public opinion may not coincide in the United States is that... a) the American system of government includes arrangements, such as an appointed judiciary, which may produce policy decisions that run contraty
  61. history /:

    The united states developed the open door policy toward china as a means to: A. Prevent foreign powers from monopolizing trade with china B. Stop china from taking over nearby mineral-rich siberia C. Increase the chinese immigration to the united states D.
  62. Government USA-Help

    27. Welfare policy in the United States a. is an issue that often divides the two political parties. b. is based entirely on the principle of need. I am sure about B but why can't it be A ?
  63. History

    How did the belief in Manifest Destiny contribute to the westward expansion of the United States? a.Americans believed expansion would offer new economic opportunities. b.Americans believed they could learn important values from other cultures. c.The
  64. History

    "Although the economic growth of the United States between 1860 and 1900 has been attributed to a governmental policy of laissez-faire, it was in fact encouraged and sustained by direct government intervention." Assess the validity of this statement. Is
  65. American Government

    Which of the following is the best evidence in support of the view that the United States is a nation of immigrants? A. Declaration of Independence B. Emma Lazarus' poem "The New Colossus" C. Bill of Rights D. Chinese Exclusion Act Thank you!
  66. government

    True Or False TheUnited States is sad to be following a policy of isolation when it joins a world organization such as the united nations.
  67. GOVERNMENT

    What has been the economic policy of the United States throughout its history? Suzanne: We are NOT going to do your homework/tests for you. All of these are in your text. We will be happy to critique your thinking.
  68. ss more more more

    The United States had strong ties to north Africa and Southwest Asia. This region lies where that continents of Africa, Asia, in Europe meet. It is a region inhabited by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. As in past years, old conflicts in this region
  69. Civics

    "Rule of law" refers to? Official name for the legislative branch of the national government of the united states Agencies such as the FBI, police department, and sheriff's department of the United States Document that details the structure, functions, and
  70. American government check my answer

    Statement 1 – Illegal immigrants who have resided in the United States for years should qualify for alternative paths to citizenship. Statement 2 – Diversity in backgrounds and experience creates a society that teaches tolerance and respect. Statement
  71. Social Studies

    How does the strong history of immigration in the United States influence the kind of nation we have become? Since most Americans are descendants of immigrants, why do you think discrimination against today's immigrants persists? Do you think immigration
  72. Texas Government

    Please tell me which one of these is Federal , Confederal or Unitary . I have already submitted my question but I just want to be sure. ____1..In this system, power is divided between a central government and sub-government. ____2. England ____3. The
  73. History

    Based on the quote, which conclusion can be made about the United States during World War II? The quote below was written during the 1940s: "The senselessness of all the inactive manpower. . . . [M]en who are able and willing to do all they can to lick the
  74. u.s. history

    imagine you are living in the united states in the 1890's. write a letter to the president persuading him to support or oppose an imperialismt policy for the united states. be sure to use standard grammar, spelling, sentences structure, and punctuation.
  75. American History

    1. Realpolitik was a campaign to bring honesty back to the political culture of the United States after the Vietnam War. ---------------------my answer: True? Realpolitik is political realism or practical politics, esp. policy based on power rather than on
  76. government (TAXES)

    what are the kinds of taxes that united states CITZENS PAY FOR THIS YEAR ? for example ( sales taxes) thank you for all your help. if you know a specific website please provide it.
  77. United States Government

    The United States has this form of government. *representative democracy *monarchy *direct democracy *constitutional republic I think it may be D since a constitutional republic had a government with limited power where the people are the main government
  78. Social Studies

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico's civil war? Select all that apply. 1)Relations had weakened between the United States and the new government. 2)Mexico was unable to end the war without U.S. intervention. 3)The United States provided
  79. History8

    Which of the following was NOT a reason the United States needed a stronger national government system? A.States maintained control over their own currency. B.The Articles of Confederation based the number of votes a state had in Congress on the size of
  80. American Government

    Aside from racial segregation, why did Alabama's governor refuse to end the policy of segregation in public universities? a. He wanted to maintain the separation of powers in the federal government. b. He believed that the states' rights doctrine put this
  81. college

    Do some research into why the United States has been so slow to adopt metric measurements. What problems does this cause for the United States? What benefits might it bring the United States? How might you resolve the gap between the United States'
  82. 5th

    But most rafters take a chance with the United States "wet-foot, dry-foot" policy, which states that Cubans who make it to United States soil is free to seek political asylum. However, those caught offshore are returned to Cuba. Very often, Cubans win the
  83. History

    All of the following account for nativist sentiment against the New immigrants of the late 19th century EXCEPT that the immigrants a. practiced different religions b. had different languages and cultures c. were willing to work for lower wages than were
  84. American government

    How does the 10th amendment shown below demonstrate a constitutional provision for limiting government? The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to
  85. Social studies

    What fundamental problem did noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation? > that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as whole > that the central covernment would always favor large states over
  86. science

    As the United States is one of the largest contributors to atmospheric carbon emissions, what specific policies might the United States enact to reduce its impact on global climate change? Using at least two scholarly or reputable resources and your
  87. US HISTORY

    1. How did the Iranian Revolution impact the United States? 2. What was Ronald Reagan’s view on the US government? 3. What are the Moral Majority and the “Contract with America?” 4. What did the falling communist regimes in Eastern Europe have in
  88. Social studies help please

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico’s civil war (select 2 answers) -Relations had weakened between United States and the new government**** -Mexico was unable to end war without US intervention*** -the United States provides troops to
  89. government

    to be president of the united states a person must have lived in the united states for at least this number of years
  90. Social Studies

    What was the unanswered question of the Nullification Crisis A). does the federal government have absolute power to place traffic as goods? B). does the state have the right to mullfiy other states laws? C). Does the fedrl government or do the states have
  91. social studies

    how was the reaction to the wave of immigrants coming to America in the 2000s similar to the reaction to immigration in the 1920s? A)Immigrants were welcomed for their labor and contributions to tax revenues and the economy. B)There was pressure on
  92. History

    Which of the following best describes the Articles of Confederation? A: The first U.S. constitution between the states and the government and how the government would function in America. B: The document which named the country: The United States of
  93. History

    1. Which of the following was the main contributor to finally bringing the United States out of the Great Depression? A. National Recovery Administration B. Wartime spending C. Good Neighbor Policy D. Election of Roosevelt Is the answer C? 2. What
  94. U.S government

    Which quotation taken from the U.S. Constitution provides for limiting the power of government? A. "All persons born or naturalized in the United States...are citizens of the United States..." B. "This Constitution...shall be the supreme law of the
  95. government

    "The united states in congress assembled shall never engage in war...nor coin money,nor regulate the value thereof, nor [spend] the sums and expenses necessary for the defense and welfare of the united states...nor borrow money on the credit of the united
  96. History

    8. What was the Eisenhower Doctrine? A.) The United States would liberate the countries behind the iron curtain. B.) The United States would use force to help any Middle Eastern nation threatened by communism. *C.) The United States would recognize the
  97. government

    today many states require that all voters: a. be citizens of the united states and residents of the state b. meet specific literary requirements c. be familiar with the candidates and issues before voting d. be natural-born citizens of the united states i
  98. civics

    I couldn't not find the answer to this in my book. The county form of local government is found in a. about half the states, b. all but two states, c.only 2 states, d. fewer then half of the states. I am guessing that since my book says " over the past
  99. U.S. History (Ms. Sue)

    1. How did the United States try to Americanize immigrants? A: The United States attempted to Americanize immigrants by assimilating them into American culture through public education. Schools taught immigrant children English, American history, and the
  100. American Government

    "With the existing colonies or dependencies of any European power we have not interfered and shall not interfere....Our policy in regard to Europe...Remains the same, which is, not to interfere in the internal concern of any of its powers..." 1) Which