"Two faces of racism"
Three out of five persons would not share their house with an individual of other race, according to a poll made in the USA. Meanwhile, in another poll realized in Chile, just one out of five citizens would not do it. Racism is an ideology based on the establishing of racial groups. It is created by the discrimination against a group because of any difference, such as political, economic, racial, ideological, etc. Chile and USA are two racist countries that generates a political and economic racism, just like any other country. However, those places have undeniable differences about both aspects mentioned.

First of all, an example of political racism in the USA was the racist Jim Crows's laws, that were declared after the Civil War. Those laws supposedly accepted the equality of black and other affected groups, but established a separation from them. The motto was "separate but equal". On the other hand, there existed racist laws in Chile too. For instance, there was a law that did not let to Spanish conquers with political jobs to marry with creole women. Furthermore, there exists political racism about who can have political jobs in the US. For example, when Obama was elected, there were many racist opinions about having a black man as a President in the XXI century. Meanwhile, on 1851 there already existed a black man as a President in Chile named Manuel Montt, a century and a half before than the US. This test that the USA is a more racist country than Chile.

Secondly, the United States has a bigger record of racism than Chile. For example, the attacks of September 11 caused a high racism to all Muslims persons because the assaults were made by them and produced an understandable fear to the Americans. Actually, the Americans tend to be racist, discriminating every Muslim as if they would do a new attack. Meanwhile, Chile does not have a big record of racism. The slavery was abolished during the constitution of 1823 by Freire without a major problem because nobody really cared. However, there exists a big amount of racism in the society. It can be actually seem against Bolivians because of their maritime demand sent to Chile in the court of "La Haya". For instance, the Chileans commonly laugh about Bolivia because they does not have an exit to the sea, and nobody says anything to defend them because Chile did not have a big record of racism to know how terrific the racism can be when is done. Nevertheless, this racism is weaker than the one of USA because if it did not have an intense record of racism such as slavery, it was by a reason and it is because there were not too many racist persons. The USA is also more racist in this aspect.

We can consider the political and economic racism seem in Chile and US in many aspects. First, there are racist laws, the political racism presented mainly in the USA, and finally, the usual type of racism of Chileans and Americans. The comparation of those aspects ends with the obvious observation that USA is more racist than Chile.
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Three out of five persons would not share their house with an individual of other race, according to a poll made in the USA. Meanwhile, in another poll realized in Chile, just one out of five citizens would not do it. Racism is an ideology based on the establishing of racial groups. It is created by the discrimination against a group because of any difference, such as political, economic, racial, ideological, etc. Chile and USA are two racist countries (?) that generates a political and economic racism, just like any other country. However, those places have undeniable differences about both aspects mentioned.

First of all, an example of political racism in the USA was the racist Jim Crows's laws, that were declared after the Civil War. Those laws supposedly accepted the equality of black and other affected groups, but established a separation from them. The motto was "separate but equal". On the other hand, there existed racist laws in Chile too. For instance, there was a law that did not let to Spanish conquers with political jobs to marry with creole women. Furthermore, there exists political racism about who can have political jobs in the US. For example, when Obama was elected, there were many racist opinions about having a black man as a President in the XXI century. Meanwhile, on 1851 there already existed a black man as a President in Chile named Manuel Montt (check your facts), a century and a half before than the US. This test that the USA is a more racist country than Chile (fragment).

Secondly, the United States has a bigger record of racism than Chile. For example, the attacks of September 11 caused a high racism to all Muslims persons because the assaults were made by them and produced an understandable fear to the Americans. Actually, the Americans tend to be racist, discriminating every Muslim as if they would do a new attack. Meanwhile, Chile does not have a big record of racism. The slavery was abolished during the constitution of 1823 by Freire without a major problem because nobody really cared. However, there exists a big amount of racism in the society. It can be actually seem against Bolivians because of their maritime demand sent to Chile in the court of "La Haya". For instance, the Chileans commonly laugh about Bolivia because they does not have an exit to the sea, and nobody says anything to defend them because Chile did not have a big record of racism to know how terrific (terrific means "very good") the racism can be when is done. Nevertheless, this racism is weaker than the one of USA because if it did not have an intense record of racism such as slavery, it was by a reason and it is because there were not too many racist persons. The USA is also more racist in this aspect.

We can consider the political and economic racism seem in Chile and US in many aspects. First, there are racist laws, the political racism presented mainly in the USA, and finally, the usual type of racism of Chileans and Americans. The comparation of those aspects ends with the obvious observation that USA is more racist than Chile.

Mathias:

I am American.
I am very happy to tell you that I don't know of any Americans who are prejudiced against Chileans.
Why is bad (in the order) Crows's, declared, from, to, conquers, to, on, than, high racism, to, every Muslim, big, seem, when is done, racist, and presented? I understood the other ones
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mathias25Why is bad (in the order) Crows's, declared, from, to, conquers, to, on, than, high racism, to, every Muslim, big, seem, when is done, racist, and presented? I understood the other ones
Jim Crow is not a person.
Jim Crow laws.

We don't declare laws. Legislatures write them, vote on them and pass them.

Conquers is a verb.

To...to - incorrect use of the verb "let"

"before than" - it is incorrect to use these two prepositions together.

"high" does not work with "racism"

incorrect use of discriminating.

"can be seem" is an incorrect verb phrase.

when is done is a clause that requires a subject.

Countries are not racist. You can have a country with a large population of racists, or laws that discriminate against certain segments of the population.

Incorrect use of "presented".

There are some more errors that I didn't mark the first time.

By the way, under the 14th amendment of the US Constitution racial segregation is prohibited.
The "Jim Crow laws" were abolished in the 1964 Civil Rights Act which outlawed any discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. The Fair Housing Act of 1968 made it illegal to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, and national origin when selling or renting a place to live. The 1990 "Americans with Disabilities Act" made it illegal for employers to discriminate against disabled people. Recently the Supreme Court ruled that laws prohibiting same-sex marriage were unconstitutional.
Thank you very much. A question, how can I use discriminating correctly? I want to use the verb "discriminate" as a gerund and I don't know other choice. Also, I have other 2 essays about places, could you correct them please?. You are helping me to learn a lot
To treat Martians as if they were inferior to you:

discrimination against Martians
discriminate against Martians
discriminating against Martians

http://www.learnersdictionary.com/definition/discriminate
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But it doesn't sound right if I put "discriminating against every Muslim as if they do a new attack" or it is ok?
... treating every Muslim as if they were a terrorist about to make a new attack.
AlpheccaStars... treating every Muslim as if they were a terrorist about to make a new attack.
The word "make" is an odd choice. It would be better to replace it with conduct or commit.
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