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This paper analyzes the current position of both African Americans and Hispanic Americans in the United States. Through analyzing the similarities and differences among African Americans and Hispanic Americans - both in terms of history and the present day - the paper attempts to show why these two dominant minorities are in fact vital to the future of the United States work force, while dispelling the myth of the Hispanic American "threat" to the US.
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