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anonymous wrote at 2009-10-28 19:50:09
Don't forget the japanese americans starting in 1941 after Pearl harbor and the subsequent internment of their population


Anonymous wrote at 2011-02-21 17:58:54
The Chinese were also used as sorts of slaves in the west and we also hate them for doing capitalism better than us... And the lynching of Mexicans after the U.S Mexican war and their dehumanization through media. America also hates the Russians because of the whole cold war thing/being a major super power/rival... The English because of the colonies... the canadians because they are french and call round ham canadian bacon... the french for dealing arms to our enemies and putting perfume in our vodka/not sending us enough champaigne... America has been around for only a couple of years and already has quarrels with more than half the world including the neighbors and if a problem doesn't exist they'll create it so they can fix it. Your list will never stop growing and you will find yourself going back constantly to add things.


Ann wrote at 2012-11-16 05:18:30
Steve, It is a good list but you left off the Mexicans. http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/10/02/1021944/-The-Unwanted-Mexican-in-Americ


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Any area of American History, EXCEPT military history or economic history, these are not strong points of mine. Areas of particular expertise include the assassination of John F. Kennedy, 19th century women's history, 1950s-1960s popular culture, 1920s, Colonial America, Jacksonian Era, migration west, immigration, ethnic history, presidential decisions, treaties, tariffs, causes and results of wars, and entertainment history since World War II (television, movies, and music.)

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Twenty-five years of teaching Advanced Placement American History, Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in American History, thirty post-graduate hours in American History

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Member of Phi Alpha Theta--The History Honor Society (November 2001), California Teacher's Association

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American History Teaching Credential, Recognized by the University of Chicago as an Outstanding Educator

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