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Updated: 10/23/2020
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  • The Policies of 20th Century
  • BY: America Salgado
  • The Policies of 20th Century
  • The Bracero Program
  • The Bracero Program
  • Good morning, my name is Pancho and I am going to be giving a presentation!
  • It all began in 1943! The Bracero Program was a special program that helped many immigrants. It helped them in coming to the U.S. to work legally and have a better life. It made a big change for them!
  • The McCarran-Walter Act
  • In the starting of 1952, there was nation population that had significantly grown! There were laws that had created more categories for deportation. This made the immigrants upset. The laws were very strict!
  • The McCarran-Walter Act
  • Hello class, my name is Emily, I will be presenting you about The McCarran-Walter Act
  • WOW!!
  • The National Origins Act
  • Good afternoon class, my name is Miguel, I will be teaching you all about The National Origins Act
  • The National Origins Act
  • This is very sad:(
  • Mexican Repatriation
  • Mexican Repatriation
  • Hello classmates, my name is Andres and I will be talking about the Mexican Repatration.
  • It all started in 1929, the Mexican Repatriation was caused by a widespread economic downturn. This was called The Great Depression. There was deportation of Mexicans. They were also getting arrested. In the United States, the immigrants weren't wanted.
  • I am in shock!
  • Summary/Conclusion
  • Believe it or not what had caused this, was immigration and post war economic recession. The immigrants were very upset because they thought that they were being discriminated. They were also given low wage jobs. This was not justice!!
  • There were laws that didn’t want Mexicans to go over. The U.S. wanted them deported. There were many migrants entering the U.S. without documents to work. There were programs that had helped the immigrants out with having jobs and lifes. But the Unites States didn't want them.
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