Some of this remaining difference in life expectancy can be traced to income differences between blacks and whites. Murphy, and Brooks Pierce. As a result of these developments, many blacks in urban centers found themselves surrounded by jobs for which they were poorly qualified, and at some distance from the types of jobs for which they were qualified, the jobs their parents had moved to the city for in the first place.
We are lucky because we can view primary documents from the period through the eyes of a Swedish immigrant by the name of Joseph Riis who spent his career taking photographs of the consequences of industrialized and urbanized America during the Gilded Age, In he published them in his book How the Other Half Lives - and his book became famous as the first effort to use photography to bring the plight of the urban poor to the attention of upper and middle class Americans.
New advertising and marketing techniques which increased consumer demands for goods. At the beginning of the century, strong discrimination based on race and sex was significant in general society.
In truth, Kennan was right on the money. The computer is a major technological advancement in this century. Going beyond the abolition of slavery, the 14th and 15th amendments were the first extensions of citizenship and voting rights to minority groups.
Urban Industrial Transition and the Underclass. While workers reacted to the denial of their rights to belong to labor unions and resorted to strikes when conditions became unbearable, the outcome of their violent behavior never changed the course of events - the owners won and the workers lost.
In the years before the war, many northern Democrats defected to join the new party — and, into elect Abraham Lincoln as the first Republican president — while southern Democrats led the march to secession. Fourteenth Amendment rights to equal protection and due process.
Obtaining a charter simply required filling out a short form and paying a modest fee. Corporations get the same protection - so if a big box chain store wants to move into a community and threaten the existence of small local retailers, it has the right to do so.
Increasing awareness of global warming began in the s, commencing decades of social and political debate. Surrender of Cornwallis 2. Migrants, women, children and immigrants.
In andJews in the western occupied countries including France and Belgium were deported by the thousands to the death camps mushrooming across Europe. He researched emblems, including cigarette boxes and Nazi flags, and concluded that the most potent color combination was red, black and white.Revolution and the growth of industrial society, – Developments in 19th-century Europe are bounded by two great events.
The French Revolution broke out inand its effects reverberated throughout much of Europe for many decades. Watch video · 4. We let technology guide how we communicate. Abraham Lincoln was a techie.
A product of the Industrial Revolution, Lincoln is the only president to have held a patent (for a device to buoy boats over shoals). Despite this overall progress, one of the most devastating epidemics in human history occurred during the 20th century: the influenza pandemic that resulted in 20 million deaths, includingin the United States, in less than 1 year--more than have died in as short a time during any.
You could make a list a mile long of all the famous people of the 20th century from the worlds of politics, entertainment and sports. But a few names stand out, giants of fame and celebrity who changed the course of history that rise to the top. During the 20th century the pace of change, which had quickened during the Industrial Revolution, speeded up even more.
There was an ongoing explosion of invention and scientific discovery. Huge. A technological revolution 10 technologies that have dramatically changed the way we live more than half of all Americans own one and cellular networks are beginning to serve Internet access.Download