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What have Mexican brought to the US?

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Answered 2011-06-14 23:16:28

Everything from Baseball players, to salsa, to Pancho Villa. Mexico has had a dramatic impact on the United States and has had one for a long time. When Texas fought for its independence the Tejanos residing in Texas largely sided with Sam Houston and the Anglo-Rebels - the first vice-President of Texas was a Tejano 'Zapata' and also, coming from a nine year old, i have to guess that Mexicans brought piñatas to America?

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