Hispanic American Diversity

                                               Hispanic American Diversity

     From social origins and religion to art and cuisine Hispanic Americans have a big impact on the United States.  A Spanish speaking person, from Mexico Spain, and from Central America to Cuba is presented as Latino or Hispano.  Below is a review of political, linguistic, social, economic, religious and familial principles of four Hispanic American groups and how they added to the affluent variety of American culture. Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, and Dominican represent the fastest growing portion of Hispanic population in the U.S. and are characterized by differences as well as similarities in various life aspects.               
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