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General scoring guidelines:●Award full points for answers that are consistent with the examples shown.●Deduct points for incorrect information, missing information, and lack of clarity.1.In 1930, the United States changed the race of Mexicans from white to nonwhite. How was it possible to change the race of an entire group of people? (15 points) Because it shows how everyone is different at that it was just black and white, and it also segregated them. It was possible because the whites knowing they looked different wanted them separated from their race. And gave them more rights 2.By 1930, why did some Americans want Mexicans to no longer be "white"? (15 points) Because they were inferior, and it categorizes them. 3.Not being white meant that one had fewer political rights in the United States than