Asians history in America and its impact

Asians history in America and its impact

Asians’ history in America and its impact. The Asians had no good education or rather they lacked papers and for this reason, they produced the manpower needed to build the transcontinental railway line, in the American farms and the newly built factories and industries.

The salary they received was a quarter of what the white man received and on the other hand, the very little they received was highly taxed.

Asians history in America and its impact

An increase in the Arab increment leads to racial fears, which made Americans view it as a threat to their work and security. The Arabs were then discriminated against to an extension such that even after birth on American soil one did not obtain American citizenship.

The American women received a warning not to intermarry with the Arab people, if so the women would lose their citizenship as Americans. It is through education that the Arabs in America have managed to fight until now they can live a better life on American soil.