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  • Yesenia Cruz
    History of Mexico city
  • The Mexican wrestling starsDavid lida
    The Mexican wrestling were very important and still are.
    The famous starts were known as the Saints.
    Wrestling is/was for a hobby, for fun or to express feelings.
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  • Danger in Mexico City
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    The city of Mexico is known for thefts.
    Kidnapping in the city of Mexico is on of the main points.
    Stealing one another is very common in the city of Mexico.
  • Economy in the city of mexico
    The minimum wage that was 50 pesos a day.
    It was estimated 4,000,000 cars registered in the city, when the economy.
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  • Aztec and Mayan civilizationrichardgrabman
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    The Aztec and Mayan is very important for Mexican tradition.
    The Aztec treasures was the huger for gold.
    Leaders were kidnapped because of the ambition for gold.
  • Catholic church
    The catholic church was a big influence in the country.
    The religion made people to become more religious and their faith to grow.
    To believe in images to help them.
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  • Fatal glass of beer
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    Drinking in Mexico is very common.
    According to the hispanic people it is a tradition that they follow.
    Kids grow with that in their mind by seeing their parents.
  • Migrants to immigrantsjorgecatenada
    To a better place and a better life moving to new soils the people were seen as migrants.
    To come to a place where you do not belong and not having a citizenship are immigrants.
    It is terrible how Mexican are seen as immigrants after the Mexican-American War.
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  • Opportunity to immigrants
    The immigrants now have a good opportunity to be in the United States.
    They are able to obtain work permissions, visas.
    They government is passing amnesty’s , reforms to help immigrants to get a better life.
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