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basically i need to write a 10-11page research paper on Dominican Republic and how Dominican Republican citizens traveled here to the US. Attached you will see an outline of how i would like the research paper to be set up. Also i have the beginning (well kind of) of the research paper, feel free to use it....I have written some parts of the research paper please read it over and continue writing how the assassination of Rafael Trujillo opened doors in the US for access to new opportunities, new jobs, and education with ultimately made Dominicans more stable in the United States of America.

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Erik Mkrtchyan Mrs. Pariser Adv Comp. 9 May 2017 Research Outline Intro: Thesis: Can people of a specific country be pressured so highly that just trying to receive a visa becomes a big deal? The assassination of Rafael Trujillo in 1961 opened doors in U.S. for access to new opportunities, new jobs, and education which ultimately made Dominicans more stable in the U.S. Although Some of the Dominican citizens were happy with Trujillo’s regime, most of the people wanted him out of office. Why, how and what effects Rafael Trujillo had on Dominicans. How his assassination opened doors in the U.S and brought more opportunities, new jobs and education. How opportunities came into consideration once Trujillo got assassinated because before it was hard for the Dominicans to come to the U.S. II. Trujillo’s effect on Dominicans: a. The Jobe were limited, many Dominicans suffered a big poverty level during this time due to jobs. - 5. “From 1910 through…” Notecards #1 b. Freedom was another big reason and big effect on the Dominicans, many people had no freedom no right under Trujillo’s regime to leave the country. - 1. “Unlike the Cubans…” Notecards #2 c. The education had also an effect, the average Dominican years of learning in school for male is 13 and female is 14 which is why they don’t have good careers because less years of education. - “The World Factbook: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.’ Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency, 12 Jan, 2017. Web. 26 Apr. 2017 d. Politically countries like the U.S. were uniting to go against Trujillo and his regime because they saw how horribly it affected the Dominican population and the whole world as well. - 16. “As a result, Washington came under a renewed…” #4 III. The assassination of Rafael Trujillo changed… A. This assassination opened doors for many of the citizens of Dominican republic. 1. Visas were a great factor, while Trujillo was in office, it was very difficult for the people to receive visas to even go out of the country for a vacation. - 1. “Those who applied for visas…” #2 2. Democracy also took place after his assassination which means it opened doors for the people now for new opportunities. - 5. “After Trujillo’s assassination in 1961…” #4 B. After the assassination, great numbers of citizens immigrated to the U.S. This is the evidence which shows us that the assassination helped out by opening doors for the Dominican people. 5th source- Yearbook of Immigration Statistics Graph IV. Life In the U.S. after all.. A. After all U.S. was the land of opportunities for the Dominican People this was the place which brought them the real stability that they were looking for. - 6. “Many of the first wave…” #1 B. Education became better for the people which later on took them into better jobs and better careers. 1. “Many Dominicans who arrive in the U.S…” #2 Erik Mkrtchyan Period 3 Ms. Pariser Draft 1 Essay Can a dictator of a specific country play a big role and effect the citizens of that country to be pressured so high that those citizens want to move out? A dictator such as Rafael Trujillo is an example of one of those dictators who is so powerful that the citizens of the Dominican Republic are abused. Although his power, his assassination in 1961 opened doors in U.S. for access to new opportunities, new jobs, and education which ultimately made Dominicans more stable in the U.S. Some of the Dominicans were happy under Trujillo’s regime but most of the people wanted his regime to be burned to the ground. The effects that brought the citizens into the mental state of leaving was the limit of jobs, freedom, lack of education, and political struggle. The assassination being in consideration the Dominican people started having more freedom with the new democracy in the state and the freedom that they had with visas, which became easier to receive after the assassination. Rafael Trujillo born on October 24 1891 in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, was a dictator from a middle-class family who had 10 siblings and were raised in a small town by their Spanish, Haitian and Dominican descent parents. After Trujillo named himself as a candidate in the new presidential elections, during his campaign he created a secret group of police force to kill and murder the people who opposed him, which he later on won the election. He started changing names of monuments and cities under his name, “Upon completing renovations, Trujillo renamed Santo Domingo “Ciudad Trujillo”. This shows the real strategies which have been used for years by different dictators such as Hitler, Mussolini, Castro etc. Dictators such as Hitler and others always get to power by pressuring the whole country into voting for them. Some of the strategies and tactics used by dictators are brainwashing citizens, fear which motivates the citizens into control, and using citizens as pawns in their chess match. Like Trujillo creating a force of police to go against and kill the citizens who opposed the candidate is one of the strategies which brought fear into the people and made them vote for them. “During his additional years in office, Trujillo continued to use his power for personal profit.” Trujillo took power as a dictator which later on took advantage of people and used it for himself by taking over major industries and financial institutions. At some point this was positive for the economy for only the capital city but looking at it as a whole country the economy was going down. ...
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Erik Mkrtchyan
Period 3
Ms. Pariser

Research on the Dominican Republic

Introduction
Can a dictator of a given country play a big role and effect the citizens of that country to
be pressured so high that those citizens want to move out? A dictator such as Rafael Trujillo is an
example of one of those dictators who is so powerful that the citizens of the Dominican Republic
are abused. Although his power, his assassination in 1961 opened doors in U.S. for the citizens
of Dominican Republic to access new opportunities, new jobs, and education which ultimately
made Dominicans more stable in the U.S. Some of the Dominicans were happy under Trujillo’s
regime but most of the people wanted his regime to be burned to the ground. The effects that
brought the citizens into the mental state of leaving was the limit of jobs, freedom, lack of
education, and political struggle. The assassination is in consideration the Dominican people
started having more freedom with the new democracy in the state and the freedom that they had
with visas, which became easier to receive after the assassination (Mitchel and Christopher 13).

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Rafael Trujillo born on October 24, 1891, in San Cristobal, Dominican Republic, was a
dictator from a middle-class family who had ten siblings and were raised in a small town by their
Spanish, Haitian and Dominican descent parents. The ascent of Trujillo into power started in the
year 1930 when rebel groups which were led by Rafael Estrella who had planned to overthrow
President Horacio Vasquez for disobeying the constitution by encompassing his presidential
span. During this revolution, Trujillo held his troops back maintaining a neutral position
although he was the one Vasquez had made an arrangement with. The president was forced into
exile, and this created a chance of a new government to be formed. Trujillo eliminated all his
political rivals and remained as the only presidential candidate (Gonzalez and Ahlon 86). After
Trujillo had named himself as a candidate in the new presidential elections, during his campaign,
he created a secret group of the police force to kill and murder the people who opposed him, and
he, later on, won the election. He started changing names of monuments and cities under his
name, "Upon completing renovations, Trujillo renamed Santo Domingo "Ciudad Trujillo." This
shows the real strategies which have been used for years by various dictators such as Hitler,
Mussolini, Castro, etc. Dictators such as Hitler and others always get to power by pressuring the
whole country into voting for them. Some of the strategies and tactics used by dictators are
brainwashing citizens, fear which motivates the citizens into control and using citizens as pawns
in their chess match. Like Trujillo creating a force of police to go against and kill the citizens
who opposed the candidate is one of the strategies which brought fear to the people and made
them vote for them. "During his additional years in office, Trujillo continued to use his power for
personal profit." Trujillo took power as a dictator which later on took advantage of people and
used it for himself by taking over major industries and financial institutions. At some point, this

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was positive for the economy for only the capital city but looking at it as a whole country the
economy was going down.
Effect of Trujillo’s regime on the Dominicans
Freedom was another big reason and a big effect on the Dominicans, many people had no
freedom no right under Trujillo's regime to leave the country. The people always found it hard to
get visas to enable them to get into the United States. The situation led to a low number of
Dominicans migrating into the US. Those who managed to migrate to the United States did so
through secondary means. They had to move t...

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