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Born people who were forced to leave only knew life in the United States. They felt like foreigners in Mexico. Children in Mexico teased American-born children. “They were not allowed to forget that they had been rejected—kicked out—by the land of their birth, and were actually kids without a homeland,” wrote Balderrama and Rodríguez. Children who could not speak Spanish well were bullied. As the 1930s wore on, the Great Depression eased and the economy slowly returned to normal. The repatriation programs ended, and some Mexicans—nobody really knows how many—returned to the United States.
This city square marks the founding of the present-day city of Los Angeles in 1781, when California and the Southwest were part of the MEXICAN IMMIGRATION BEGINS 55 Spanish empire. The square was filled with stores that sold Mexican food and other goods. Mexican immigrants lived in other neighborhoods toward the east of the city. Mexicans, blacks, Asians, and Jews lived together on that side of town, while Anglos lived toward the west. Few people on the east side were wealthy, but at least many had jobs during the economically booming 1920s.
As the strike went on, there was violence between workers and members of the Citizens Committee. This committee consisted mostly of white businessmen and professionals who believed the strike would hurt Tampa’s cigar-dependent economy. Seven months after the strike started, many workers faced the violent tactics of the Citizens Committee as well as the economic pressure of being out of work. The strikers voted to return to work and accept the lower pay. Another strike took place in 1920, when CMIU told its members to walk off the job unless owners would require that every new employee join the union.