What does historian Amy Fairchild mean when she says, “ the medical gaze was a tool for discipline rather than exclusion” ?

Provide a counter-argument to the statement below. Use at least one example to support your counter-argument“Immigrant medical inspections are scientifically objective and are unfettered by politics”The Medical Gaze on the lineWhat is the ‘medical gaze’ in the context of the immigrant medical examWhat does historian Amy Fairchild mean when she says, “ the medical gaze was a tool for discipline rather than exclusion” ? Do you agree or disagree with Fairchild?Drawing on two examples, explain how race and class were woven into the medical inspection process.The immigrant experienceCompare the immigrant experience with the medical inspection process at Angel Island versus Ellis Island.What does the comparison tell us?Discuss the challenges faced by historians in researching and writing a history about the immigrant medical inspection.Add your own question, reflection on a specific reading, or point that you wanted to talk about but was not addressed in the discussion questions.