Seriously if Mexicans want to come to the United States so bad why didn't try harder to arrange annexation in the Polk era?
- Gray BoldLv 77 months agoFavorite Answer
Areas of northern Mexico were incorporated into the United States in the mid-nineteenth century, following Texas independence and the Mexican–American War (1846–48) and generally known as the "Spanish Borderlands." During the period of Spanish rule, this area was sparsely populated even by indigenous peoples.
- ObserverLv 77 months ago
The COUNTRY (that is the government) didn't want to be part of the United States. If you understand what has happened, it is mostly South Americans who are attempting to get into the US, through Mexico.
- Russ in NOVALv 77 months ago
???? This is one example of how the current administration and Trumpkin party are dumbing down America. The net Mexican immigration is currently about 0 and has been for the past few years. The current immigration problems are not about Mexicans, they are about Central Americans fleeing the current living conditions where they live.
- PearlLv 77 months ago
maybe they did try and couldnt do it
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- Anonymous7 months ago
They were still pissed about the Battle of San Jacinto.
- RichardLv 77 months ago
WHAT???? During Polk's administration, the US invaded and annexed a big hunk of the southwest.
PS: Your ungrammatical question makes it hard for me to understand what you want to know. WHO didn't try harder to arrange annexation?