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In what way did the Mexican-American war increased the number of Hispanics living in the U.S.? a. Because of the changed border, many Mexicans became Americans. b. Many Mexicans defected from the Military to live in the U.S. c. Many Mexicans were captured by the U.S. military and forced to live in the U.S. (Eliminated Answer) d. Many border families chose to move to the U.S. since it was cooler there.

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    The answer should be A. Only I think it is

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