were very good for those working in the bracero program in the U.S. The program brought nearly
350,000 workers into the country during the 50s, many of them only made a annaul salary of 7,500 dollars a year. They would sign contracts with companies to pick: sugar beets, cucumbers, tomatoes, and cotton. the times were good for work, but the workers still had to del with very harsh living conditions and racism.