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Debate: Deporting illegal immigrants in the US

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Should the US adopt policies to deport all illegal immigrants?

Background and context

Illegal immigration is a significant issue in the United States. While some advocate for deporting all illegal immigrants, as a matter of policies, others say it is too difficult, particularly in the context of there being 15 million of them.

Feasibility: Is mass deportation a viable option?

Pro

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Con

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History: How has mass deportation worked in history?

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Economics: Will the deportation of all illegal immigrants support the economy?

The deportation of all illegal immigrants could cost American taxpayers up to $200 billion.

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Morality: Is mass deportation of illegal immigrants morally acceptable?

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Constitutionality: Does the Constitution support the deportation of illegal immigrants?

The right to freedom of movement granted by the Constitution only applies within national borders.

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A person's right to movement is an unalienable human right.

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Opinion: Does public opinion support deporting illegal immigrants?

Some polls find that the American people support the deportation of illegal immigrants.

Americans oppose the deportation of illegal immigrants

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