You will be finding information for your Immigration Policy Debate. Be sure to look at the databases and record your sources for your Bibliography page. EasyBib has changed, so read the instructions on the "Citing Sources" page about using the Chicago style. You'll need the coupon code.
At the heart of the debate over immigration reform are difficult questions about human rights, economic opportunities, national security, racism, xenophobia, poverty, exploitation, social policy, and employment. What are the responsibilities, if any, of more affluent nations to their less-affluent neighbors? How does international policy—from war to trade—affect immigration? What national concerns should, or can, be addressed through immigration policy?
I can access, evaluate, and use library database articles and high quality websites to develop arguments for my debate.
I can cite sources properly in Chicago/Turabian format.