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Case study 1: Day labouring
1) Given that justice can be known from the experience of injustice, what does the
experience of the Mexican immigrants in Farmingville say about justice?
Mexicans were among the many people who had migrated to America legally or illegally
and enjoyed their stay in the United States. The cities they settled include California and
Texas. However, there was one of the cases where Mexican laborers were violently
accosted and left while they were seriously injured (Engler 169). There was no justice,
and that caused the Mexicans not to feel the justice they thought they would in a foreign
country like the US.
2) Justice is something that continues to take root and flourish. In this case, though,
polarization seems to have preempted solidality, or has it? Why or why not?
Polarization preempted solidarity injustice in such a way that justice is differentiated and
people who are treated with it happen considering other factors (Engler 170). The main
reason is visible in the treatment of people from places such as Mexico.
3) Sacred scriptures reveals a God who has a special love for the “lost, last and the
least.” How do the Mexicans compare with the anawim that the judeo-christian
scriptures referred to as highly favoured by God?
Mexicans had been considered people from another country hence, intruders, and would
be treated as such throughout the United States (Engler 147). They compare with
anawim; by the way, they were least considered by people, but God favored them highly.
4) What are the risks that undocumented immigrants take by staying in faming ville
and not applying for citizenship?

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1 Justice for All Student's Name Institutional Affiliation Professor's Name Course Date 2 Justice for All Case study 1: Day labouring 1) Given that justice can be known from the experience of injustice, what does the experience of the Mexican immigrants in Farmingville say about justice? Mexicans were among the many people who had migrated to America legally or illegally and enjoyed their stay in the United States. The cities they settled include California and Texas. However, there was one of the cases where Mexican laborers were violently accosted and left while they were seriously injured (Engler 169). There was no justice, and that caused the Mexicans not to feel the justice they thought they would in a foreign country like the US. 2) Justice is something that continues to take root and flourish. In this case, though, polarization seems to have preempted solidality, or has it? Why or why not? Polarization preempted solidarity injustice in such a way that justice is differentiated and people who are treated with it happen considering other factors (Engler 170). The main reason is visible in the treatment of people from places such as Mexico. 3) Sacred scriptures reveals a God who has a special love for the “lost, last and the least.” How do the Mexicans compare with the anawim that the judeo-christian scriptures referred to as highly favoured by God? Mexicans had been considered people from another country hence, intruders, and would be treated as such throughout ...
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