Treated unfairly in their own country but were able

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treated unfairly in their own country but were able to fight back and unionize to fight for better rights and equality. In my opinion, the Mexican – American’s had it worse, as many Mexicans were treated worse than the African Americans.
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References Goodman, R. (1977). Mexican Americans During the Great Depression . Retrieved from The University of Texas at Austin: ? sernum=000536937&header=Society Question 3: 1. Describe the major war aims of the Allied Powers. The major aim of the Allied Powers, was a peaceful world. The Allied Powers leaders, Winston Churchill of Great Britain, Franklin Roosevelt of the United States, and Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union. They all wanted a peaceful world after the war. Their enemies were known as the Axis Powers which consisted of, Benito Mussolini of Italy, Adolf Hitler of Germany and Emperor Hirohito of Japan. These leaders were evil and created so much hate and death in the world. They were known for everything but peace. The Allied powers wanted to disarm and demilitarize the Axis Powers as well as defeat them in general. These evil powers should not exist in this world and having them in this world will give them a change to resurface after a rebuild. The Allied Powers wanted to reconstruct the countries of these leaders. They wanted to do away with the governments they currently had. Nazism and Fascism needed to be eliminated to achieve their goal of a peaceful world. References Sparaco, G. B. (2011). The National WWII Museum . Retrieved from Allies and Axis: Who’s Who in WWII?: Question 4: Describe the Supreme Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade; then defend or criticize it.
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