Why do you think some Hispanic groups continue to struggle economically, politically and socially in the US? ?
Why do you think some Hispanic groups continue to struggle economically, politically and socially in the US? Is it the language barrier or some other set of factors? Support your opinion with at least 2 reliable research sources.
Guys I really need help with this question, I have been stuck on it for the past hour and I cant answer it due to the fact that I lost my textbook. I have read many websites and still I cant answer what it is asking me.
- larry1Lv 63 months agoFavorite Answer
1.) When they arrived here the vast majority of them were poor to start.
2.) They're the last big immigrant group to come to the USA arriving here very late (1970's- 2010's) when the US economy is not what it used to be. The no longer expanding modern day US economy just can't fund them and other immigrants out of poverty anymore like it used to with other big immigrant groups (1860-1930). So, they're kind of stuck in poverty getting here a little bit too late.
- 3 months ago
Because they are either illegal or legal and are just struggling as a result of previous experience not there race this question I’m not using sources because this is not a thing I feel needs reaserching it’s common sense
- Sir CausticLv 63 months ago
Oh no! Noooooooooo! You lost your textbook? And just when you needed it too! Doh!