||Introduction: Immigration Debate (3:37) -- Immigration Debate "Housekeeping" (2:01) -- For the Motion: Tom Tancredo (9:08) -- Against the Motion: Julian Castro (7:48) -- For the Motion: Kris Kobach (8:22) -- Against the Motion: Tamara Jacoby (7:31) -- Importing Poverty (5:01) -- Immigrant Tax Revenue (6:42) -- Immigrant Assimilation (4:04) -- Anti-Immigrant Climate (2:03) -- Illegal Immigration (4:43) -- QA: Bloomberg's Policy Proposal (2:31) -- Attrition through Enforcement (2:59) -- QA: Federal vs. State Immigration Policy (2:48) -- QA: Illegal Immigration Statistics (1:17) -- QA: Long Term Economic Contribution (4:07) -- QA: Outsourcing Immigrant Work (1:26) -- QA: Immigration and Economic Decline (1:26) -- QA: Immigration Reform (4:25) -- QA: Detention and Deportation (2:18) -- QA: Immigration and Economic Demand (3:05) -- QA: Immigrants taking Jobs (2:24) -- Closing Statement Against: Julian Castro (2:45) -- Closing Statement For: Tom Tancredo (2:20) -- Closing Statement Against: Tamar Jacoby (2:05) -- Closing Statement For: Kris Kobach (2:18) -- Time to Vote (2:50) -- Audience Vote Results (0:34) -- Credits: Don't Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses: A Debate (0:17)
||America has long been a nation of immigrants, built by the labor of millions who came from other lands. As the words on the Statue of Liberty proclaim, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free." But today, the United States is home to millions of undocumented immigrants, and the federal government has been unable to reach a consensus to overhaul the nation's immigration laws. Are immigrants taking American jobs, or are they helping our economy? How should the United States deal with border issues and the millions of immigrants living here illegally?
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|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Intelligence2, 2011.|
|Publisher number||58324 Films Media Group|