In Vietnam

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Senators Richard Russell of Georgia and Robert Kerr of Oklahoma joined the race. There exists a unique opportunity for Canadian economists to examine our country's historic experience with unemployment in the light of the Vedder-Gallaway model. The Press and America: An Interpretive History of the Mass Media. PubMed Statistics of the United States in 1860. 8th Census. In "pursuit of happiness" through shorter hours and higher pay, printers were the first to go on strike, in New York in 1794; cabinet makers struck in 1796; carpenters in Philadelphia in 1797; cordwainers in 1799.

The Depression Hits Home

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An American Dilemma. childbearing rates among black adolescents declined substantially through the 1990s. For the SOCIAL PROBLEMS and misgivings to which the new urban industrialism gave rise, see, Charles H. The ILO was established under the Treaty of Versailles that followed World War 1. Even for the children of the most successful immigrants, however, social mobility was gendered. Urciuoli, Bonnie. "The Complex Diversity of Language in the United States."

The Scottsboro Case (Landmark Events in American History)

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While unions called attention to bad conditions of work, their wage grievances were uppermost in their testimony and their organizational plans. The Secretary of State and many other officials of the State Department play major roles in setting foreign policy. Blackmur, took it for granted that the modern poet would necessarily be so alienated from his readers that his view of life would appear distasteful, useless, or with- out significance.

Warriors Don't Cry: A Searing Memoir of the Battle to

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The Novarupta vent and dome (top left), Katmai Caldera (top right) and post-1912 SW Trident andesite lava flows (bottom left) are clearly seen. Postwar propaganda primarily targeted at the white middle class. 31 percent of married black mothers of preschool-aged children were in the labor force compared to 18 percent of married white mothers. The resulting Cuban Missile Crisis represented not just the closest the world would come to a full-scale nuclear war, but the redemption of the Kennedy Administration's ability to conduct foreign policy.

Living through Korean War (Living Through the Cold War)

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Financial events soon wove similar ties between American interests and Allied victory. With the defeat of the southern states and their reentry into the Union, federal supremacy was reaffirmed and slavery abolished. In presenting the union demands for an 8-hour work- day, union recognition, and a 20 per cent wage increase, Mitchell's man- ner contrasted pleasantly with that of the operators. The audio recordings are posted on Fridays after Conference.

Japanese - American Internment Life in Camps

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By 1932 he had transformed the law school from a part-time evening school to a fully accredited institution that trained a cadre of civil rights attorneys. Over the same 10-year period, the private schools actually reported a 1 percent decrease. Every device from impassioned exhortation and pleas by film favorites to neigh- borly prying and advice was used to increase bond sales. Prescribed subject 1 covers the period from the end of the First World War to 1936, by which time the prospects of another war were increasing.

The War to End All Wars: World War I

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Though for very different reasons, the traditionalists, with their stress upon order and authority, took the Marx- ists' place as assailants of American culture. To those listening throughout Eastern Europe, I extend my warmest greetings and the good will of the American people. Vedder and Gallaway make a convincing case that government 'good intentions' often end up costing jobs, leaving the intended beneficiaries worse off than before government intervention. Imperfect competition became increasingly evident.

Popular Culture: 1920-1939 (A History of Popular Culture)

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As a result of Kaiser Wilhem's bumbling, France had succeeded in signing a mutual defense treaty. Postwar propaganda primarily targeted at the white middle class. 31 percent of married black mothers of preschool-aged children were in the labor force compared to 18 percent of married white mothers. PubMed CrossRef Massing W, Angermeyer MC (1985) The monthly and weekly distribution of suicide. When Wilson had concluded, Chief Justice White of the Supreme Court threw his hat into the air and led tie cheering.

The Depression and New Deal: A History in Documents (Pages

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Its physical environment ranges from the Arctic to the subtropical, from the moist rain forest to the arid desert, from the rugged mountain peak to the flat prairie. Many soldiers in the American Civil War suffered head injuries that resulted in mental disorders - everything from serious dementia to personality changes. The personal computer has become part of daily life throughout the world as millions of people transfer ideas and information, make purchases, conduct business, or simply enjoy "surfing the net."

Watergate: Scandal in the White House (Snapshots in History)

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For a banker's view during the legislative struggle, see, Kingman M. During World War I, some states went so far as to make it illegal to speak German--a law that was actually enforced on a widespread basis in Montana, and that had a chilling effect on first-generation German-American immigrants living elsewhere. The black was being kept under control in the South. Although several states had some restrictions on child labor. They were not expected to take care of grandchildren.