"Amnesty" can be defined as a pardon by the government, usually for a political event, to a group of people. It is considered to be stronger than a pardon because it removes all legal memory of the offense. However, in recent years, it has come to be associated more closely with the word "freedom" than with a pardon.
Official amnesties have been used in the United States to help end conflicts, such as when President Jimmy Carter pardoned those conscientious objectors who had dodged the draft in the 1970s Vietnam War. Because the war was over and there was no longer a conflict regarding the draft, the pardons were used to help heal the country's wounds and move forward as a unified country.
Similarly, when President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform Act in 1986, he granted amnesties to 3 million immigrants who were in the country illegally, thus granting them legal status. This benefited both the country and the undocumented immigrants because workers would qualify for better jobs and would in turn be paying higher income taxes. Amnesties may also be used to encourage people to turn in contraband items, such as a drop box where students can turn in drugs or weapons without fear of punishment or consequences.
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