Mexican Essay Topics

Undocumented Mexican and Central Americans

The research will find its base in Leo Chavez’s 1994 article titled The Power of Imagined Community: The Settlement of undocumented Mexicans and Central Americans in the United States (Chavez). The article will be used as a spring board of sorts to delve into the complex lives spent by countless undocumented Mexican and Central Americans… View Article

The Mexican Crisis Anticipation

The reading “The Mexican Crisis Anticipation At Micro-Level” deals with the emergence of crisis into Mexico and how it was anticipated by the firms at the micro level through making adjustments into their capital structure. The writer(s) is of the view that the Mexico mad rapid economic growth during the period of late 1980s and… View Article

Bilingual Education

A deeper sense of xenophobia has descended on America recently. The sleepy rural town of Pahrump, NV, reflected this animosity when it passed an ordinance that made English the official language and made it illegal to display foreign flags without an accompanying American flag (Curtis, 2006). In an act of civil disobedience, two Pahrump residents… View Article

Drug Cartel Violence Along the Mexican Border

In lines thirty-five through forty-five of Ian McEwan’s Black Dogs, June and Bernard stand upon the precipice of a cliff in the French countryside. The particular description in this section, when teamed with June’s observations as they near the cliff, provide a startling comparison to June’s inner turmoil and the changes inherent to the baby… View Article