Jacob Lawrence (Artists of the Harlem Renaissance)

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On the day that the committee released its findings, Truman made a speech declaring his support for the admission of another 100 000 Jews into Palestine, 2 '" The Arab-Israeli conflict, 1945-1979 Jewish Agency A political organization established after the First World War to aid Jewish immigration into Palestine. Although most courts still clung to the belief that mothers were better suited to raise young children. at least for school-age children and preschoolers. sociologists found that many divorced and remarried men engaged in this sort of child substitution—ending contact with children from a first marriage and “replacing” them with another set of children with whom they lived in subsequent partnership households. there were few expectations and even fewer social supports for nonresidential divorced fathers to maintain contact and involvement with their children. the model of marriage applied in legal circles was the husband-as-breadwinner and wife-as-homemaker model. almost half of divorced fathers lost contact with their.

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The Split History of the Civil Rights Movement: A

Nadia Higgins

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INDEX Act for International Development, 616 Adams, Henry, 105 Adamson Act of 1916, 142 Addams, Jane, 86, 358 Advisory Board on International De- velopment, 615-16 Aeroplane. Woodrow Wilson agreed with this view: “[L]iberty is the privilege of maturity, of self-control, of self-mastery,” he wrote. “[S]ome peoples may have it, therefore, and others may not.” For a people to enjoy the right to liberty and independence, “Discipline must precede it,—if necessary, the discipline of being under masters.” [8] Ethical idealism, as applied to foreign policy, demands that a nation’s actions, to be moral, be undertaken more out of a sense of duty to contribute to the cause of human freedom and less because of narrow concerns for its own security, well-being, or happiness.

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Opposing Viewpoints in American History, Vol. 2: From

William Dudley

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A bitter debate occurred in Massachusetts. A young country needs such help to grow and exploit its natural resources. Also some 9,000 college degrees had been awarded. You have nothing to lose but your chains; you have a world to win!" Prior to his presidency, he was the 33rd Governor of California from 1967 to 1975, following a career as a Hollywood actor and union leader. Net Encyclopedia, edited by Robert Whaples. Shrunken incomes forced families to double up or take lodgers.

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America Dreaming: How Youth Changed America in the 60's

Laban Carrick Hill

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With the arrival of the Depression. who. established a self-help group for battered women. On the other hand, corporate ownership may actually benefit many small-to medium-sized newspapers by creating a company-wide pool of resources and talent that the company can draw upon to make individual newspapers better. Economic growth during the period 1919-29 was fostered by the development of new industries, of which automobile, radio, elec- tric power, aviation, and chemical production may be taken for examples.

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The USA, 1917-1941 (Cambridge History Programme Key Stage 4)

Ian Campbell

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One positive change of parental remarriage was usually an increase in the children’s standard of living. they shared one Stepfamilies biological parent). children who are not biologically related).g. This was an important battle fought on July 22, 1864 in Georgia during the Civil War. Making another effort to win the War, Germany in 1917 reimplemented unrestricted submarine warfare, bringing America into the War. Now, they lost battle after battle to modern European armies.

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The German American Family Album (American Family Albums)

Thomas Hoobler

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Benjamin Holt & Caterpillar: Tracks & Combines. The variant of progressivism favored by the NCTM during this time was called "constructivism" and the NCTM Standards were promoted under this banner.54 The term "constructivism" was adapted from cognitive psychology by educators, and its meaning in educational contexts is different from its use in psychology. Woody Allen (Allen Konigsberg, b.1935) has written, directed, and starred in comedies on stage and screen. Finally, we should note that this century of progress ended with considerable gaps remaining between African Americans and white Americans in terms of income, unemployment, wealth, and life expectancy.

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FDR and the American Crisis

Albert Marrin

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Lee De Forest (1873–1961), the "father of the radio," developed the vacuum tube and many other inventions. Police duly arrested 19 immigrants, but had no real evidence against them; charges were dropped against ten of them, and the other nine were acquitted in March of 1891. June 16, 2011 in Historical, Institutional Many of them were mercilessly massacred by the Hottentots, who enslaved most of those who survived. [They] adopted the language of their masters and forgot their own.

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West from Home: Letters of Laura Ingalls Wilder, San

Laura Ingalls Wilder

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This is the right of all persons to be treated fairly and equally by the laws and courts. The objective, the President declared, was to "contain com- munism"; Russian expansion, by aggression or through the Commform which directed local Communist groups to follow the lead of the Kremlin, was threatening the security of the free world. Always,, however, there existed the thought that the responsibility of public authority for the welfare of the people was clear and that the intervention of the state was justifiable.

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Chronicle of the 20th Century CD-ROM (mac)

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Fisher was founding president of the American Eugenics Society under the financial largesse of Averell Harriman's mother. Anzaldua, G., “La Conciencia de la Mestiza/Towards a New Consciousness,” in The Feminist Philosophy Reader, (eds.) Bailey, A. and Cuomo, C., New York: McGraw Hill, 2008. Feb. 17 – The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is founded in Corpus Christi. But that the railroads should regard them- selves as vulnerable and should agitate for government assistance was a development that would have amazed the antimonopolists and Grangers of the 1870*s, had they been endowed with the gift of peering into the future.

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The Assassination of John F. Kennedy (Essential Events

Patricia M Stockland

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The foremost US dramatists are Eugene (Gladstone) O'Neill (1888–1953), who won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1936; Tennessee Williams (Th omas Lanier Williams, 1911–83); Arthur Miller (1915–2005); and Edward Albee (b.1928). Nonetheless, the press enjoyed broad protection that allowed aggressive reporting, including laws that sometimes mandated cooperation from public officials. Farben officials had full prior knowledge of Germany's plan for world conquest and of each specific aggressive act later undertaken ...." [Elimination of German Resources, p. 943.] American supporters of this war machine includes the leaders of Ford Motor Company, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Bank of Manhattan, and Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey.

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