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The constraints described in The Invisible Man imply we live in a country that is divided by race ethnicity religion and class prejudices towards differences A persons life is then heavily shaped around these perimeters Some in the minority unfortunately try to deny these barriers to entry of the American elite by ignoring warnings and repressing past and present disparities and replacing them with hope This behavior is brought forth by the natural defiance of a human to not be made believe that he is inferior and from the confusion between the meanings of the laws of desegregation and social integration The story of the Invisible Man describes the hardship and reality this path leads an African American and in reality to many Minority-Americans The first thing our reading points out is how divided Americans are and the reasons The most basic fact is that the majority of American citizens are white of European ancestry As in any other country the majority rules In this country the majority also enjoys the contributions of their minority from slaves to modern sweat shops to the front lines of war music sports etc To keep receiving these benefits laws are set that enable for such activities to occur Americans will bend over backwards when some economic or political interest is made relevant to them WTOs real intentions for example However it is taboo for a white person to assimilate into a minority culture making minorities non-American Since 1607 whites have been melting together and have homogenized the American way of life The laws for the American way of life place the Northern Europeans on the top with all other whites under them then all other minorities and last the black man This can be seen throughout all of our business and political establishments Minorities are still urged to give it their best but their best in never respected Even when blacks or other minorities make it
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