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THE ANALYSIS In the article Passports for all The National Post editorial illustrates a rivalry for the values of security and protection for all travellers seeking entry to the United States The author portrays an ethical dilemma as encountered by the Canadians as a consequence of a post 911 US Congress is pushing for Canadian visitors to present forgery proof identification The National Post 2003 The equity issues discussed in this article are race and class The main focus is aimed at temporary visitors and refugee applicants especially those of Muslim descent The National Post 2003 These specific issues targeted categories that were to be the biggest security threats to our society In the authors point of view he supports the proposition that will require all travellers to present proper form of identification for safety and security purposes The National Post 2003 First of all he criticize that Canada is too lenient in their screening process Secondly he implemented that passport requirement would allow border officials to better focus on those considered to be the biggest security threat Lastly he mentioned that the new policy might lead to the creation of national ID card The National Post 2003 The authors arguments clearly demonstrate a historical context for the issues I have discussed thoroughly in this analysis class and race Temporary visitors and Muslims natives lie central of this discussion Nonetheless Saddam Hussein and his counterparts were blamed for the catastrophic 911 aftermath that traumatized the world The outcome of this tragedy has caused extra security measures to be taken In my opinion I felt that this article lacked the necessities to achieve equity If equity guarantees equal rights and opportunities for all then why was a specific group targeted in this article I comprehend that the Muslims may have caused the 911 attack but it could have been any other race class or gender specify to be the biggest
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