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Secretly however he pursued legal challengesFor many Mexican Americans

Secretly, however, he pursued legal challenges against segregation and disfranchisement of blacks. For many Mexican Americans in the Southwest the New Deal federal relief and work agencies reduced ethnic and racial conflict and ameliorated their economic condition.

Frazier thought that the patterns of behavior molded by rural folk culture were not adequate to sustain blacks when they moved to severely competitive urban areas. Humans resist change because change threatens established ways of dealing with anxiety. Hence, their economic mobility was slower than that of most Jews. This separation, specifically between Blacks and Whites in America, contributed to racism. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.

Anglo-Americans purveyed the stereotype that most Mexicans were lazy and on the dole. It was this shared perception and common customs that create and distinguish one ethnicity from another.

Spanish and Portuguese raza. This resentment culminated in the internment of Japanese Americans in in the midst of wartime hysteria. Originally a northern word, it became general in English c. The audit study approach creates an artificial pool of people among whom there are no average differences by race. For instance, groups of white and black auditors are matched on every category other than their race, and thoroughly trained to act in identical ways.

Furthermore, Anglo-American administrators in local governments believed that Mexicans were a temporary source of foreign laborers who were not entitled to relief. Given nearly identical resumes, they are sent to interview for the same jobs. On the other hand, the small group of blacks whose family patterns approximated those of the white middle class generally succeeded in resisting the destructive forces of urban life. For Frazier, any explanation of the family behavior of blacks in the United States during the s was a direct product of slavery, emancipation, and urbanization.

Within their niche, they created an infrastructure in which their economy was self-contained and independent of the crisis that beset the larger economy. African-American farmers, saddled by debt, could not terminate the inexorable movement towards decline. He hoped for the working class to rise up against the capitalist class in an attempt to stop the exploitation of the working class. Just as slavery ended, however, it was replaced by a system of sharecropping in the South that resulted in black indebtedness.