Case Study: The Making Of Latino Communities

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4. The Making of Latino Communities The main reason that Latinos feel the need to emigrate is because American intervention. The U.S. has contributed a large number of instability in Central America, and South America. Still America has the ideology that they only help other countries. The truth is that biggest groups that come to the U.S. like Mexicans and El Salvadorians are because the U.S. occupied their country. In countries like the Dominican Republic the United States has always been intervening in its politics as well as its business market. The United States helped Trujillo stay in the control of the Dominican Republic. While Trujillo was in power many Dominicans suffered because under the Trujillo regime only those in favor of him were benefited. This at time when Franklin Roosevelt said that he was against dictatorships. The U.S. helped bring into power one of the most tyrannical dictators of the twentieth century. Due to this many people in the present day are still suffering the consequences. The Dominican government does not to help its poor people. Sure the U.S. has helped many countries like industrialize, but most of the benefits are in favor of the United States. For example, the U.S. helped the sugar plantations industrialized and now America pays a…show more content…
intervention on their country has left their nation jobless. This gives people little to no choices about what to do with their life. There are those that wallow and either do illicit things or drink their sorrows away, and then there are those people, strong people who take a few of their belongings and emigrate in search a better lifestyle. However once they are here, and Americanized they feel that they don’t relate to their homeland or as an American. Overall I enjoyed learning about how the U.S. intervened in other countries. I enjoyed learning about the U.S. intervention in El Salvador because I didn’t know that the U.S. haw also intervened

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