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The Little Black Dress and Zoot Suits: Depression and

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Alison Behnke

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Indeed, out of the Muscle Shoals project the great TVA ex- periment was built The Railroads. In 1994, 51,863 book titles were published in the United States. This myth still persists in popular culture, despite the Krag-Jorgensen Carbine’s inability to accept a bayonet and the Krag-Jorgensen being out of service nearly a decade before development of the M1912 Cavalry Equipment. Control in modern times requires more than force, more than law. Several factors shaped American mentality in the early twentieth century.

The 1970s (Eyewitness History (Hardcover))

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Domestic production of roundwood during 2004 amounted to 458.3 million cu m (16.2 billion cu ft), or 1.7% of world production, of which softwoods accounted for roughly 60%. Follow-up studies reported that adults who grew up in 1960s-era communes had fond memories of their experiences. and many had successful careers and led accomplished. particularly those on farms and in rural areas. for many people. Hill and John Mitchell at a White House Conference .... 46 J.

American Homefront in World War II: Almanac (American

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The obligation to civilize the uncivilized imposed on the United States the right and duty to intervene in the domestic affairs of foreign peoples. “[S]uch action violates no rights of these populations,” Merriam wrote, “in comparison with its transcendent right and duty to establish political and legal order everywhere.” [10] Senator Albert Beveridge agreed wholeheartedly with this view and was one of the most outspoken proponents of an American imperial policy.

Pitch Perfect in the 50's: Memories of Lenoir Jr. High

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The Merchant Fleet Corporation was to continue to operate the government- owned ships until they could be disposed of, and was also given the power of replacement and repair so that the portion of the merchant fleet which was still government-owned would not become obsolete. After that, memories of the war made it impossible for a southerner to become president unless he either moved north (like Woodrow Wilson ) or was a vice president who moved up (like Harry Truman and Lyndon B.

UXL American Decades (1990-99 )

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From the sources is it possible to determine: a Why the British chose the King David Hotel as their headquarters? b Why the planned attack was delayed by Haganah? 2 Compare and contrast the views expressed about why the hotel was not evacuated by the British in Sources B, C and D. 1 With reference to their origin and purpose, assess the value and limitations of Sources A, E and F for historians analysing why there were so many casualties in the King David Hotel bombing. 4 What is the attitude of the cartoonist to the bombing?

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

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Dale Anderson

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Lescaboura, This Thing Called Broadcasting (1930). Most of the Dodge recommendations were put into force, with the result that the Japanese budget was balanced, its currency stabilized, and some progress was made toward lessening inflation. It went beyond "7a" to establish a legal basis for unions; set collective bargaining as a matter of national policy required by the law; provided for secret ballot elections for the choosing of unions; and protected union members from employer intimidation and coercion.

The John F. Kennedy Assassination (Crime Scene

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Stuart A. Kallen

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Branches also supported their members who were on strike, and the order as a whole aided striking unions and Socialist causes. Mom” The 1990s witnessed an increase in the proportion of households in which men were the full-time parents. just as they had over the years for their sons. less than 1 percent of fathers.000 stay-at-home dads. This import tax was meant to replace the earlier "Tariff of Abominations", but it was widely disliked by southern merchants. Although businesses had previously focused their marketing efforts directly to children. the most accessible backdoor to the grownup world” (Spigel.

New York Times V. Sullivan: Affirming Freedom of the Press

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Harvey Fireside

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State governments, like the federal government, must be democratic in form, with final authority resting with the people. � The people have the right to change their form of national government by legal means defined in the Constitution itself. This sort of fin-de-siecle prophesying is nothing new: Human beings seem ever mesmerized - no less today than were the medievals 1,000 years ago - by the symbolism of the end of a millennium. The idea of a party that pays the price of bad policies does not seem to apply.

Theodore Roosevelt's Presidency (Presidential Powerhouses)

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In May, 1917, about two months after the Lansing warning, Menocal asked for United States troops. The most striking finding is the significant increase in suicide rate for both men and women in the second and third decade of life. Plastics production brought cellophane wrappings and cellulose sausage casings into use. Today, I am here because it's a matter of life and death. The Depart- ment of Commerce defined small business as including manufacturing plants with fewer than 100 employees, wholesale establishments whose annual sales averaged less than $200,000, and retail or service enterprises doing less than $50,000 worth of business annually.

The Great Depression: The Jazz Age, Prohibition, and the

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Jane Bingham

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By 1949, nearly 45 million automobiles were registered as in use in the United States. WHO has estimated that in 1975, almost a fourth of the world’s population lived in countries in which the total fertility rate was already 2.1 and predicted that this proportion will have reached three fourths by 2025. See titles below under THE ROAD TO PEARL HARBOR, backgrounds of conflict. The successful completion of the Erie Canal (1825), linking the Great Lakes with the Atlantic, ushered in a canal-building boom.
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