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During World War II, Mexicans faced some job discrimination in areas from those who were white and needed work. However, due to the draft, there were plenty of job openings.

Mexicans were taken back to Mexico....but you'll see Mexicans are going to take over the U.S. in a few years.

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Q: How were Mexican Americans treated during World War 2?
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