Do you trust this document, which was spoken by a Mexican immigrant and transcribed by a white sociologist who learned Spanish?

Mexican immigrant and transcribed by a white sociologist who learned Spanish

Mexican American documents

1:List all of the places this man lived, including Mexico and the various states.   2:What was life like for him?

3:What type of work did he find?  What type of work did he do?

4:  How did he feel about his work?

5:How did he feel about and describe his living conditions?

6:Do you trust this document, which was spoken by a Mexican immigrant and transcribed by a white sociologist who learned Spanish?

Document B, Corrido

1:Where in the U.S. did Mexicans live?

2:What type of work did they find?

3:How did they feel about their work?

4:What happened to many Mexican Americans during the Great

Depression (answer is not in this document)?

Document C

1:How did the population change? How did Mexicans respond to violence?

2:Have you ever heard of Mexicans being lynched?

3:What do you think of the comparisons by population?

Franklin Roosevelt, Fireside Chat, 1934

1. How does he view the high unemployment numbers of 1934?

2. Which paths does he want to avoid? Why?

3. Why is he using Lincoln’s take on the Civil War to compare himself and the Great Depression?

4. What past definition of liberty might he be referring to?

5. What kind of liberty is he moving toward? How does he describe it?

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