eges that the Hispanics had over and above the Latino Americans thereby explaining or justifying the gap between them in terms of economic performance. This is to imply that the Hispanic Americans are relatively more successful as compared to the Latino Americans.
To begin with, the history of Hispanic started on the voyage or expedition which was spearheaded by the legendary Christopher Columbus in the fourteenth century, specifically, 1492 (Acosta, 81). This expedition and exploration mission was guided by the missionaries who had preceded the voyage and expedition by the explorer Christopher Columbus. Thus, when he moved and conquered the Americas he took with him valuable slave and other forms of wealth to entice the conquered community. In the long run. This is to mention that once they had settled in America, they assumed the position of owners and wealthy people. For instance, the colonialists by definition and virtue of their social position were masters because they owned land, estates and other material possessions. It goes without saying that the fact that the Hispanic Americans were the colonial masters of sorts predisposed them to a life of material possession and a higher social status in the society.
On the other hand, the Latino Americans such as the Mexicans have a relative less rate or disposition of success in America. To begin with, they entered the Americas as illegal immigrants who risked being arrested and deported back to their homes. During transit to their destination, they had no legal documents thus their chances of getting formal jobs and better means of livelihood was reduced. No documents in principle translates to no rights which means that such a person could not enjoy even the irreducible minimums postulated by the constitution of the United States of America. As a matter of fact, most Mexicans in Americas had to take low paying manual jobs because they entered Americas as illegal immigrants. Thus, they had to take paying jobs,