During Adolph Hitler’s speech to thousands of German women at the National Socialist Women’s Organization in Nuremberg in 1934, the Nazi vision was expressed by mobilizing support amongst Protestant and Catholic German women to produce multiple children. Hitler’s speech reveals how the rejection of emancipation and an increase in childbearing is required in order to secure the German homeland for the future through expansion of military strength and size. Primarily, women were persuaded to reject Jewish intellectual ideas of emancipation which were deemed hostile for marital relationships and Germany’s future. Moreover, a strong push for traditional patriarchal values reaffirming women’s duty to bear children on behalf of providence was aimed at increasing the size of the German population. Furthermore, the desire to expand the Aryan race to fuel Germany’s army was required to ensure a stable and prosperous future.
Throughout Enrique’s Journey you can see the importance of family because first off you see Lourdes making hard choices for her family, then the effects of her departure on Enrique and they’re not all good, further more you see how people can use the love for their family members for good. Everyday we face choices some
Countess Constance Markiweicz was Irish Sinn Fein, Fianna Fail politician, suffragette, revolutionary nationalist, socialist, and a kind hearted women. To her,“The Easter Rebellion was a failed rebellion”, and yet, she did not regret partaking in the horrific rebellion. Constance Gore-Booth was born on the 4th of feb, 1868, in London. The Countess was born protestant, and into a wealthy estate of which her farther, Sir Henry Gore-Booth owned. Her family was famous for their kindness towards their servants and tenants, and due to her upbringing, the Countess was appalled by any form of discrimination.
As she was underage, her papers were not accepted but she managed to persuade the officer with her desires and dreams of America to sign her papers and then sailed on King Alexander. After 13 days, the boat reached America and the Statue of Liberty was an emblem of freedom. The passengers were taken to Ellis Island and she heard the older girls murmuring about the possibility of her being sent back as she was underage. She feared returning back and thought of jumping into the river and dying, in case she was turned back. At Ellis Island she witness tears of joy and pain.
As political history specialist Richard J. Walton contends, “at a time when women were usually relegated in political campaigns to stamping envelopes and other such 'women 's work,’ the Progressive Party gave women substantive jobs and campaigned for broader women’s rights.” For instance, Wallace “included policies on women in the workforce in his campaign platform [...] and (their) ability to work both inside and outside of the home.” As well as advocating for women’s rights, Henry Wallace fought to break racial and ethnic barriers, at a time when racism was institutionalized in some parts of the country. In a speech delivered in New York City, on September 12th, 1946, Henry Wallace said, The price of peace - for us and for every nation in the world - is the price of giving up prejudice, hatred, fear and ignorance....
In "Two Way to Belong in America", a personal essay by Bharati Mukherjee, she talks about the cultural differences between her and her sister, Mira. Throughout the essay, Baharati explains their thoughts and opinions when they first started living in America; describing their similarities and differences. Although both sisters shared many similar values they found themselves on different sides when it came to debating over immigration and citizenship. Bharati who accepted the American culture was proud to be a citizen in the US and also married an American man. Mira on the other hand, thought very differently about it and we can see this when she says, “I’ll become a U.S citizen for now, then change back to Indian when I’m ready to go home.
For example, Myrtle wishes to heighten herself into the high class society, where she believes lies all the beauty and wealth, and Daisy attempts to break away from the restrictive society, where she was raised, but Daisy onlys know how to follow the money. In addition, the search for the American dream is degraded by segregation and racism. Langston Hughes’s poem “Mother to Son” invokes the theme of the American dream, and expresses how the blacks must stand tall and believe in a better future.
In the short story America and I, the author Anzia Yezierska writes about a Russian girl that comes to America to have a chance to be successful. The Russian immigrant and many other immigrants who migrate over to America believe that it is the land of opportunity, where dreams become reality. She came to America to pursue the so called American dream, her dream was to be able to do the things she was not able to do in Russia, and to take advantage of opportunities that her family members were not offered. Yezierska has the Russian immigrant say that, “America was a land of living hope, woven dreams, aflame with longing and desires.”
The intense participation in the World War I and how it helps immigrants to earn the nation’s citizenship, and credit from the American society and it benefits America to become a country of immigrants. This book also covers details about the 12 immigrants’ struggle, addressed as the alien in the America to earn bread for their families, their passionate fights in the World War I, which in turn gain constitutional recognition. Also, it provides details about the commonness of the race-prejudice, ethnicity, disproportion in the society. Additionally, it excellently, but indirectly throws light on the subsequent reasoning behind US’ present and enduring diverse
This time period known as women’s suffrage was one of the most controversial women’s rights issue in the late 1900s and 20th century. After women obtained the right to vote in the 1920s they started taking more active roles in the work industry. World war i and ii helped encourage them by entering the workforce, and they began by taking jobs in factories and more places to support the war. This was to show men that women were also capable of doing the exact same work as they did. As the war was coming to an end women came to a conclusion that when men would return from war women would leave the workforce.
She reinforces her idea of her role in society and attached to the meaning of democratic society. Immigrating to America, Ruggles from “Ruggles of Red Gap”, like the women in Jewish society first experienced equality. Jewish women and Ruggle felt the significance of self worthiness after experiencing equal opportunity. Tradition eastern European
America is a land of immigration (legal and illegal). Legal immigrants undergo a compulsory medical screening before entering the country, but illegal immigrants are not. Therefore, they may enter in the country with infectious or chronic diseases. Because they are illegal immigrants, they do not benefit to medical treatment like U.S. citizens or legal immigrants (Angel and Angel, 2006). Linguistic and Cultural Barriers Immigrants both legal and illegal face very often language linguistic and cultural barriers.
Immigration problem face by Immigrant entrepreneurs in U.S.A. Most small businesses in America are owned and operated by immigrates. They are face with the problem of deportation. They live with this fear of deportation because they can be send back to their various countries at any time from the country the love to do business in and creating and helping most Americans to provide them with jobs and they pay their taxes that increase the economy. Most of these business owners came to America with Student visas and H-1B visas that expire after their studies or their contracts have expired with the companies that brought them to U.S to work.
Should it be easier for people to come to the United States? The United States government should make it easier for people to come to the United States and become citizens. The American dream is something everyone hopes to achieve someday as they start a new life. Immigrants are happy and have only good thing to say about the United States.