After the War of Independence, the southern border of the United States was where the Georgia-Florida border is now. The Western border was near the Appalachian Mountains.
The U.S.S.R. (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), representing communism and socialism, and the U.S.A (United States of America), representing democracy and capitalism. These two countries were the "leaders", per se, of two opposing organisations: The Warsaw Pact, and NATO, respectively. This is incomplete. I highly recommend finding a better answer. I personally suggest either Wikipedia (www.wikipedia.org) or Google (www.google.com).
American Quarter Horse Association A quarter horse is a breed of horse known for its speed over short distances. The American Quarter Horse breed evolved during the early 1600s, as Arab, Turk, and Barb breeds were brought to America and crossed with horses from England and Ireland. The result was a compact, muscled horse that was ideal for short-distance racing. Characteristics include limited white markings on the face and below the knees, heavy muscling, and a gentle nature. There are 13 colors accepted by the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) as being indicative of quarter horse heritage - sorrel (most common), brown, chestnut, gray, dun, red dun, buckskin, black, bay, grullo, red roan, blue roan, and palamino. While the quarter horse is most widely known for its short-distance racing ability, it is also used to: 1)herd cattle, 2) numerous rodeo events and for 3) English classes of dressage and show jumping. The bloodline of the American Quarter Horse has been preserved by the American Quarter Horse Association, which sets forth a strict set of guidelines in regard to registration. One of many such guidelines is the fact that each American Quarter Horse foal must have an American Quarter Horse sire (father) and an American Quarter Horse dam (mother). In order to keep accurate records of heritage, the AQHA maintains the largest equine registry in the world, with over 3.7 million registered American Quarter Horses. They keep track of all ownership records, performance and produce data, as well as American Quarter Horse population figures. The American Quarter Horse Association's Worldwide Headquarters is located in Amarillo, Texas, and the American Quarter Horse Heritage Center and Museum is conventiently located right next door. The museum is open to the public and boasts a wide variety of research materials, exhibits, informative videos, and hands-on displays. Some notable American Quarter Horses include King, who set the standard for American Quarter Horses; Go Man Go, who dominated the American Quarter Horse racing scene by setting three track records and one world record; Dash for Cash, considered one of the greatest sires of racing American Quarter Horses; and Easy Jet who, as a 2-year-old, had 22 wins from 26 starts.
The first answer below is a great one for pro, but a con is: change in culture. We once were Americans but eventually, America might become an almost complete population of Mexican. Now, i have nothing against immigration i just read that in my history book at school. I have no problem with mexicans. JUST AN EXAMPLE.
- People can be happier living an easier life here.
- There are the 2 main points of immigration, the US government likes illegal immigrants for cheap labor, but they don't like the immigration itself.
- Some of the main pros of immigration in the US is the amount of foreigners who come to our country with new technology and new ideas for the future, their technology could be beneficial to us. Some of the main cons of immigration in the US are the increase in population, illiterate and poor immigrants lowering the GDP (gross domestic product) of our country. immigration is also lowering the standard of living in the US.
I don't think that culture should be added to the CONS since the United States has millions of people from all over the world including: Asia, South America, Mexico etc. in other words there is no true culture since there's many people coming from different places who practice different religions and so on.
Well, to my opinion, immigration is good. The pros of immigration is a better society such as, technology, new ideas for the future. Foreigners everywhere should be able to come to America when they want. There are Mexicans, Asians, Hispanics etc living in America. Why can't there be more. It was said that America is the "land of the free, home of the brave" so every one in other countries should be able to come and live a "new" life. Also, immigration can be bad. Alot of people in America can overcrowd it and there would be to many people and not enough resources. Also, some people are terrorist and it can harm the society and the people in it. Those are the pros and cons of immigrations. I hope this answered your question.