This essay fully describes immigration topic in California, where about 50% of the population is comprised of immigrants. In fact, any change takes place decades ago in California than in any other part in America. It also represents political fear, that was at a great high in 1980s and 1990s due to immigrants. People, native, were more concerned about their economic, cultural and environmental assets. There was a conception that immigrants are responsible for ‘shooting’ the middle class economy, culture and environmental resources.
In this essay author also analyzes lifestyle of immigrants in California, upward mobility of the older immigrants and situation, where the younger children of immigrants were more fluent in English, culturally sounding towards the American culture and more skillful as compared to their elders. Author concludes, that younger immigrants learn better, mingle better, adapt the culture and better fit in the society of born-natives.
Author also outlines the terminology of American Dream for immigrants in California and the fear of economical, cultural and other aspects, that are most common. Reference that is used in this essay were also provided by author.