ESSAY QUESTION: The Sumpreme Court is deciding a case to eliminate affirmative action in the U.S. The reason for the elimination is that there is no longer a need for race based programs that seek to remedy inequalities throughout the U.S. Based on the readings you have had in this course, your role is to explain 1) the struggle for rights by the Mexican American people, 2) the history of the Chicano Movement, 3) the politics of law and trials, and how these elements combine to reveal the importance of keeping Affirmative action in the U.S. You will be graded on your ability to connect the required readings from class to your argument. Please provide concrete examples from the readings to defend your claims.
DIRECTIONS: Please submit the Essay 7 to 10 pages double-spaced
-7-10 pages in length
-Using Times New Roman 12pt Font
-Please no messing with the margins
-Formal grammar, syntax and organization are expected
-Citations are required using the APA format
PERSUASIVE/ARGUMENTATIVE ESSAY INFORMATION
1. Write your thesis statement
2. Gather background information on the topic (from readings)
3. Gather and organize evidence
4. Connect supporting evidential claims
5. Anticipate counterarguments
6. Refute arguments opposed to your view
7. Conclude by restating your argument and thesis
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For a long period, there has been a struggle by some factions of the US residents against discrimination. In this regard, the Mexicans started their quest for freedom from these social atrocities way back in the late 1800s. Their urge has been to live in a nation that is fair, and where everybody is treated with respect and dignity that they deserve. However, it has not been any easy, and this has made them stretch into the physical might. Having not yielded much from such, they have tried other avenues, the most appropriate one being the use of courts of law. As the matters stand presently, the court is in a process to determine on the removal of the affirmative action in the US (Barnes, 2016). The need for the elimination of this is informed by the take that there is no need for race-based programs that seek to remedy the inequalities evident throughout the US. Going by this, this essay deemed it fit to have this affected and it shall address the need for elimination of such programs as well as justify the same.
Background Information on the Struggle for Rights by the Mexican Americans
There have been many struggles by the Mexicans towards attaining fair treatment by the U.S more so on the labor and educational grounds. Looking back over the last century, the paper will present the hallmark of the injustices meted towards the Mexicans by the U.S decade wise. To begin with, the paper focuses on the first duration, which comprises the first decade of the 20th century. During the period, the Mexicans and Japanese citizens were prohibited from entering into the US in order for them not to take up the jobs in the US (Lesser, 2014). This was influenced...
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