By Dr. Henry M. Ramirez

A Chicano within the White home is the 1st publication to inform the unknown tale of President Richard M. Nixon and the Chicanos. Nixon came across us. He made us identified and well-known. purely Nixon or i'll have written this e-book. He and that i are the one ones who knew what visions we mentioned and deliberate within the Oval workplace. it's a disclosure of ways his visionary activities introduced an unknown, forgotten, and conquered raza into mainstream America.

I current info of the 1st “exodus” in the course of the Nineteen Twenties of just about million rural and illiterate, landless peasants from a feudal society to the Midwest and Southwest of the U.S., the place they verified “little Mexico’s” referred to as barrios. The Mexican Revolution of 1910 grew to become grotesque after 1913 while the leaders of the Marxist Union named overseas staff of the realm, (I.W.W.) of Baltimore, Maryland, imposed a quasi-Stalinist regime and proceeded to persecute and try to get rid of the Catholic Church in Mexico. The atrocities opposed to Catholics brought on fearful flight on empty boxcars to “El Norte.”

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He shares our school fund, has the fullest protection of our laws and the friendship of our people. Self‐interest, as well as honor, demand that he should have this. Our future, our very existence depend upon our working out this problem in full and exact justice. We understand that when Lincoln signed the emancipation proclamation, your victory was assured, for he then committed you to the cause of human liberty, against which the arms of man cannot prevail—while those of our statesmen who trusted to make slavery the corner‐stone of the Confederacy doomed us to defeat as far as they could, committing us to a cause that reason could not defend or the sword maintain in sight of advancing civilization.

Congress could find the poor fellow seeking God’s best blessing to man, liberty, and return him to his master, but Congress cannot, so say our honorable Court, give aid sufficient to the poor black man, to prove beyond all doubt to him that he is as free as any other citizen. Mr. Justice Harlan says: “The difficulty has been to compel a recognition of the legal right of the black race to take the rank of citizens, and to secure the enjoyment of privileges belonging under the law to them as a component part of the people for whose welfare government is ordained.

His steady support for the Pennsylvania iron and steel industry earned him the nickname of “Pig Iron” Kelley. He served in the US House of Representatives from 1861 until his death in 1890. After the Civil War, Kelley was a staunch radical Republican, and he supported black suffrage and civil rights in the South. This account of the South comes from his visits and observations that were published as The Old South and the New in 1888. In this document, Kelley examines the prospects for change in the post‐ Civil War South.

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