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A Introduction B Cultural Background 1 about the land 2 about the economy C Purpose of Migration 1 reasons of migration 2 places migrated to D History of Migration 1 labor shortages 2 anti-Mexican attitudes E Problems and Restrictions 1 negative effects 2 positive effects F Summary Mexico is now concerned with the violation of human rights after Texas Gov Rick Perry asked for 97 million to increase security along the Mexico-Texas border Mexico understands that the fight against crime and violence along the border must be fought on both sides But the United States has also been asked to allow more legal migration and respect the rights of Mexicans north of the border Mexico has an immense wealth of mineral resources a small amount of agricultural land and a rapidly growing population More than half of the people live in the central regions of the country while vast areas of the parched north and the tropical south are somewhat settled The long-held stereotype of Mexico as a country where life is slow-paced and the population consists of mostly farmers has little truth Petroleum and tourism have come to dominate the economy and industrialization is increasing in many parts of the country The migration from Mexico to the United States was because of the loss of almost half of Mexicos territory as a result of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo which ended the Mexican-American War in 1848 This included the states of California Texas New Mexico and Arizona This area became the region with the largest number of immigrants from Mexico because of the need for labor by ranches and farms both owned by Mexican and American families Between 1910 and 1920 at least 219000 Mexican immigrants entered the United States doubling the
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