Download e-book for kindle: 1990s to 2010 (Hispanic America) by Steven Otfinoski

By Steven Otfinoski

ISBN-10: 0761441808

ISBN-13: 9780761441809

ISBN-10: 0761446257

ISBN-13: 9780761446255

The Hispanic the United States sequence takes readers on a trip to a spot that used to be referred to as the hot international.

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They have tried to reach the United Sates on the high seas. The largest exodus of Cubans to America since the Mariel Boatlift happened in September 1994, when Cuban dictator Fidel Castro allowed 33,000 of his people to leave. Castro’s decision was a highly political one. Two months 1990 S TO 42 2010 earlier, Cuban government agents had fired on and sunk a tugboat carrying seventy-two Cubans out of Cuba. Fortyone of the men, women, and children drowned as the agents stood by and watched. Castro called the tragedy an accident, but much of the world condemned the action.

Two months 1990 S TO 42 2010 earlier, Cuban government agents had fired on and sunk a tugboat carrying seventy-two Cubans out of Cuba. Fortyone of the men, women, and children drowned as the agents stood by and watched. Castro called the tragedy an accident, but much of the world condemned the action. Since the fall of communism in Eastern Europe a few years earlier, Castro’s Cuba had become more and more isolated. Without the powerful support of the Soviet Union, Cuba’s economy began to fail. Tighter American trade embargoes on Cuba only worsened the situation.

S. Census Bureau, Hispanic Americans will number 133 million. In the half century from 2000 to 2050, the Hispanic population will increase by nearly three times. The reason for this incredible growth is that Hispanics are marrying early and having large families. There are also many more Hispanic Americans of childbearing age than there were in previous years. S. population as a whole. What will this tremendous growth mean for Hispanic Americans? And what will it mean for all Americans? As nonHispanic whites become a minority for the first time in modern American history, will they lose their economic and political 61 Opposite: Many Hispanics in the United States have large families, which contributes to the growing Hispanic population.

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