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14) Compare Los Angeles and San Antonio during this period. What role did politics and religion play? 15) What is meant by Legacy of Hate; Remember the Alamo; Bird in a Cage; Occupied Sonora? The impact on future generations? 16) The Chines Exclusion Act- the Dingley Tariff- the 1902 Reclamation act the Gentleman's agreement between the US and Japan- 17) The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo- The role of violence in the invasions of Mexico- Stephen Austin- Lopez de Santa Ana-
18) The Texas Rangers- Chipita Rodriguez- Gregorio Cortez- the Salt War- Juan Cortina- Walter Prescott Webb- 19) The myth of the non violent conquest- the myth of the spanish conquistadores- the Santa Fe Ring- the Lincolon County War- Maxwell Grant, Juan Patron- Gorras Blancas- knights of labor- peoples's party- 20) Henry Crabb- St Mary's- Tucson Ring- the Apache- Clifton-Morenci- Forty Blonde babies- trade union strikes- importance of mining strikes and impact on Mexico- 21) Bear Flag Revolt- john c. fremont- Francisco Ramirez- el clamor public- juan flores- tiburcio Vasquez- the California Land Act- the foreign miner's tax- differences between northern and sourthern california 21) ricardo flores magon,- Mexican anarchist, social reform activist porfirio diaz, - Mexican solider, and politician;   status of villain among the revolutionaries who overthrew him, and something of a hero of capitalism in the business community. The Porfiriato was marked by significant internal stability (known as the " paz porfiriana "), modernization and national economic growth. This was in part due to heavy investment in mining and railways from American and British business. mutualistas, -
Artists who used public space to express nationalistic, social and political messages the brown scare,- the evolution of trade unions among chicanos, - el congreso mexicanista (1910),- A group that met to advance education, culture, and civil rights. San angelo school walkout, - Walkouts due to the poor facilities and instruction that were provided for the mexican schools compared to the white schools. Parents demanded to the board that there be a change, and even boycotted their own schools but nothing happened. the generational change among mexicans – Language, issues

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