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Latina/o Studies 278/History 278 Fall 2016 First Essay Assignment Racial Fault Lines offers a comparative analysis of the historical experience of people of color in California after the Mexico-U.S. War of 1846-48. It does so by carefully assessing the differences in the historical experiences of the Mexican population with that of the Indian and Asian populations in the state. The author argues that it was the racialization of Mexicans as a “white” population and their being granted U.S. citizenship that largely accounts for these different historical experiences. This first assignment is designed to have you critically assess the different historical experiences of these groups by drawing directly from the analysis of various chapters in Racial Fault Lines. Please answer the following essay question: What accounts for the major differences between the historical experiences of both Mexicans and the indigenous Indian populations in California during the last half of the nineteenth century? Your essay should be a two way comparison of the experiences of both Mexicans and Indians during that time period. Your essays should be a minimum of 1,000 words and no more than 1,100 words. Please draw directly from the book with appropriate citations in preparing your essay and include a word count. Your essays should use a 12 point font, be double spaced, and have standard margins. It is also a good idea to carefully revise your essay before it is submitted and have someone proofread it for any errors you might have missed. Make sure that there are no contractions, slang terms, or personal points of view in these formal academic essays. Just tell me how the author explains these different historical experiences. Your essay will be evaluated on the basis of how well you draw from the book in answering the essay question. This essay is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday, September 21st. Please keep a copy of your essay as it is your responsibility to insure that your essay has been received. There are absolutely no extensions given for this assignment and all late essay will be severely penalized. If you are unable to attend class then your essay must be sent via email by 4:10pm that day. ...
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Central American refugees arrived as undocumented in the 1980s. They have spent a
number of years in legalizing their status in order to improve the economic standing and gain
greater political representation whereas Cubans arrived in the late 1960s to early 1970s. Cubans
are known for their unprecedented economic success compared with other Latinos and presumed
unity behind unchanging US foreign policy towards Castro Cuba p126.
The difference in US government support for Caribbean and Central American refugees
undoubtedly affected their respective ability to consolidate a cultural and political presence on
the public stage. Yet without or with this...

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