The anti-immigration rhetoric in U.S. politics is becoming more relevant in the media, academia, and most importantly, in legislation. By looking at legislation and scholarly research, the history of anti-immigration rhetoric is traced back to the years of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, after the Mexican-American Civil War in 1848. History has shown that early segregation of Mexicans began during the Manifest Destiny ideology. U.S. settlers felt an obligation to expand further west, stealing Mexican and Indian lands along the way. Furthermore, the ideology of superiority became more common as U.S. legislation began targeting any non-Anglo ethnicity during the Great Depression.
Just think how would it be if Pearl Harbor hadn’t happened. To this day would we be under rule of Germany and Japan, How would it have been? Altogether this gave America the idea that we would be through many battles, wars, and hardships. It changed the idea America had that they were unstoppable. It was like a reality check for us all.
In “The Latehomecomer” Yang’s family struggles to make enough money and are poorer than others. There is evidence in “The Latehomecomer” that says, “ We had been looking for houses a long time -some we had liked well enough; most we couldn’t afford.”(54) This quote shows that Yang and her family are struggling to make enough money for a new house. Also, Yang’s parents changed their work shift, so they would get a nominal increase in their wages. This connects to how the Greasers in The Outsiders live in a poor neighborhood and also struggled to earn enough money. Evidence that reveals this in The Outsiders is, “ We’re poorer than the Socs and the middle class.” The Greasers are poorer than others and have to work hard to make as much money as they can.
The conflict unified the country as a whole, driving many factions and peopled away from their differences and pointing them against a common enemy and common goal of victory. People became more patriotic, buying government bonds to support the war, even as far as growing their own gardens to feed themselves so troops can have the other foods available in the market. The war also turned the nation from a peacetime economy to wartime one. Productions were all diverted for the war effort. Many factories began producing guns, tanks, and bullets.
Several documents were printed to improve the number of casualties during the transportation of the Africans. One of these contributions was James Barbot Jr. who wrote the “General Observations on the Management of Slaves.” Resistant among the captives did occurred aboard ships as Barbot described one of his personal account of the revolt aboard Don Carlos. He argued that mistreatment of the African captives was the main reason they became desperate to escape the imprisonment. Although his suggestions appeared more humane in treating the African captives with proper care and nourishment, it was to keep the number of their prized captives alive during the transportation. In order to monitor and manage the captives aboard ships, they seek to educate slave traders how to treat the Africans to maximize profits.
If Roosevelt did not declare war on Japan, Japan would have only expanded its attacks on other nations including attacking America again. It was crucial that Roosevelt declared war against Japan at the time did. “A date that will live in infamy” is one of the most significant and remarkable speeches during World War II. This speech not only resulted in entering World War II but also proclaimed America has the world’s preeminent
School to Prison Pipeline Within our society we have many different saying that are meant to bring unity to our county in respects to watching over and protecting the innocents. Even in the bible, God gives the command in Proverbs 31:8-9 (New Livings Translation) to “speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed. Yes, speak up for the poor and helpless and see they get justice. As I have researched the topic of the school to prison pipeline it could not be any more applicable to this topic, as this epidemic as plagued our public school systems in America. Within this paper I will explain what the school to prison pipeline is.
For starters, Latin America gained more resources after the United States built the Panama Canal on their territory, which brought more trading to life in both nations. (America) The United States influenced Latin America to overthrow the government because they wanted to be able to have a more stable economy and political stability. “Many Latin American army leaders had gained fame and power during their long struggle for independence. They often continued to assert their power. They controlled the new nations as military dictators.” (World) The Caribbean was greatly influenced by the United States because they worked together, trying to make a profit off of the railroads, mines, and public works.
During Colonial era, power countries, (UK, USA, France, Germany, other EU countries), have drained their colonies (Africa, Asia, South America) of their resources to fuel up their development. This has led the great advancement of those countries in terms of technology, educational, health, and industrial, making them even more powerful and advanced. Towards late 1960’s most of the colonies have gained their independence. Meanwhile, the great power countries of the world need to carry on building their capital, through favorable trade agreements for cheap raw materials (boundless.com). The rise of globalization was the answer to the ongoing demand of resources (Puig and Ohiocheoya).
It 's really their choice. If the youth of today wants to break the law; then they should be required to take whatever punishment they deserve, and be tried as adults. They are mature enough to know what’s relatively right and wrong. I think that partially the Act is promoting youth to commit crimes without having the slightest fear of consequences since there are no harsh sentences. Personally I think that if I were to commit a crime, I would be “we should be tough on crime and tough on the causes of crime” – tony Blair (PICTUREQUOTES.com) Overall, the YCJA gives youth several opportunities for rehabilitation but there should be a little more to the consequences.