The American notion of illegal immigration was born out of racism
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The resolution of this debate states that "The American notion of illegal immigration was born out of racism". This resolution means that the American conception of illegal immigration was created by a historical process that was essentially racist. In this case, racism is defined as anything which believes in, or perpetuates the existence of, the idea that certain races are inherently inferior or less worthy than some other race.
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Vote Placed by Lexus 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro basically forfeited the entire debate for no reason, so con gets conduct. Saying that con isn't worth typing arguments for is rude so I'd further deduct for conduct if I could.
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