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Chapter 1 Civics.

Differences diversity
dramatic rise in number of people born between 1946- 1964 baby boom
Unfair treatment of a group of people discrimination
The belief that one race is superior to others racism
People who move from one country to make a home in another Immigrants
Work that provides a service for people service job
Laws that prohibiting further immigration from China to Japan Exclusion Laws
Region of Warm Weather states Sunbelt
Official count of the population made every ten years Census
The study of size, growth, and distribution of human populations demography
Why do most Americans live in Urban areas? It's the City. The City is where everything and everyone is, including jobs
How do Americans' backgrounds differ? We are from many different cultures and belong to different races and ethnic groups.
How has diversity affected American society? Immigrants brought to America their customs and traditions of their homelands.
What five major groups of people make their homes in America? Native, Asian, African, Hispanic, and European Americans
What does it mean to stay that all people deserve equal respect? That everyone should have equal respect regardless of their beliefs,and values.
What three values support the beliefs that each person has the right to be treated with respect? equality, freedom, and Justice
Explain the Ideals that unite us as a nation.
Created by: kweymouth
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