Answer the questions1.The Economist article Mexicos Middle Class is Struggling discusses the challenges Mexicos growing

Answer the questions1.The Economist article Mexicos Middle Class is Struggling discusses the challenges Mexicos growing middle-class population faces when compared to the middle class populations of higher-income nations (such as those in North America, Europe and East Asia). According to the article, why is it more difficult to be middle-class in Mexico? 2.The Economist article Cuba is Facing Its Worst Shortage of Food Since the 1990s describes the difficulties that the Cuban population is facing in acquiring an adequate supply of food. As mentioned in the article, ongoing U.S. trade sanctions against Cuba have certainly hurt Cubas economy, but since 2001, food importation is exempt from such sanctions. According to the article, why is Cuba now facing it worst food shortage in decades? 3.What is your opinion regarding the issue of illegal immigration? Should illegal immigrants (undocumented residents) be allowed to stay in the United States without proper documentation? If you think so, why? If you do not think so, why? 4.If every illegal immigrant (undocumented resident) who entered this country spoke fluent English and had cultural customs that were similar to most Americans, would the illegal immigration issue be as much of an issue as it currently is? If you think so, why? If not, why?

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