Immigration and Citizenship
The History of Immigration in the United States
In this lesson, students will study the nature of immigration and trace the history of immigration in the United States from its founding to the first half of the twentieth century. They will gain an understanding of the experience of immigrants in the 1800s, the factors that brought them to the United States, and the challenges they faced upon their arrival. Students will thus be better equipped to engage in the modern conversation on immigration in the United States.
A set of actions and habits necessary for the safe, effective, and mutually beneficial participation in a society.
Every individual is equal to every other person in regards to natural rights and treatment before the law.
Except where authorized by citizens through the Constitution, the government does not have the authority to limit freedom.
Rule of Law
Government and citizens all abide by the same laws regardless of political power. Those laws respect individual rights, are transparently enacted, are justly applied, and are stable.