2 edition of The social and economic condition of women teachers in the United States found in the catalog.
1912 in Chicago .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||LB2837 .B33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 54 l.|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||52059027|
Meanwhile, totalitarian movements abroad were inducing world crisis. Negro leadership near the turn of the century was divided between these two tactics for racial equality, which may be termed the economic strategy and the political strategy. The decade was further marked by major technological innovations, such as the birth of the automobile and aviation industries. InWashington published his carefully executed and immensely popular autobiography, Up From Slavery.
In the presence of deep national despair, Democratic challenger Franklin D. Social reforms are things such as organized resistance, protest groups, and social movements. Unskilled laborers especially faced many difficulties, since their income would not support a family of five even if they worked twelve hours a day every day of the year. Materially, city dwellers' standards of living improved steadily, not only in food, shelter, housing, and other material goods, but also in health care and education. Congress thus hoped to prevent involvements like those of —
The hopes and aspirations of the freedmen for full citizenship rights were shattered after the federal government betrayed the Negro and restored white supremacist control to the South. Convict lease ended at different times across the early 20th century, only to be replaced in many states by another racialized and brutal method of convict labor: the chain gang. Washington taught at Hampton untilwhen he was chosen to head a new school at Tuskegee. Grolier Online Discover the content connection—the definitive, fully integrated database collection and online research portal. Average union wages in were thirty-four cents per hour, compared to non-union, unskilled pay of fifteen cents per hour.
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Garden City, NY: Doubleday. The impact of the New Deal was perhaps strongest and most lasting in its basic reform measures, which profoundly altered the American system.
The United States Turns Inward: the s and s After its participation in the conflagration then known as the Great War, the American nation was ready to turn inward and concentrate on domestic affairs a "return to normalcy," as presidential candidate Warren Harding called it. In the industrial age however, more children result in more work for the mother.
The Federal Reserve the Fedunder Alan Greenspan, stepped in to counteract the struggling economy by introducing low interest rates. The exploitation of black convict labor by the penal system and industrialists was central to southern politics and economics of the era.
The first years of the s saw a sharp drop in economy activity following the dot-com burst. Advocates of Social Darwinism's "survival of the fittest" principles and believers in the doctrine of laissez-faire encouraged a climate resistant to government intervention on behalf of disadvantaged workers and victims of racial, ethnic, or gender discrimination.
DuBois was a professor of economics and history at Atlanta University where he conducted a series of sociological studies on the conditions of blacks in the South at the same time Washington was developing his program of industrial education.
Almost two thirds of currency reserves held throughout the world are in U. Interest rates were initially supposed to be kept low only until the unemployment rate dropped to 6.
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Feminist Studies, Vol. For two decades Washington established a dominant tone of gradualism and accommodationism among blacks, only to find in the latter half of this period that the leadership was passing to more militant leaders such as W.
Many of the workers who were employed by the nation's expanding industrial base were immigrants. Corporate elite[ edit ] The high salaries and, especially, the potential wealth through stock optionshas supported the term corporate elite or corporate class.
The result was the elimination of competition. For example, women are systematically paid less than men for doing the same work. The U. Sports figures like baseball's Babe Ruth, boxing heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey, and football's Red Grange were household names whose exploits were followed by millions in newspapers and on the radio.
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