NEW IMMIGRANTS & OLD “OUTSIDERS":
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- - a place that drew it's population from all
over the world. Easy to become "A men'can"!.? AN - "Melting pot
- several people looked down on immigration. SASINO - how did immigration change the face of the If you want to learn more check out psych 102
U.S.? in two edo - people retained their identities & their traditions
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- pluralistic integration us. instant assimilation. la massive influx of immigrants roughly 35 million
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- easier transportation - 1907: largest amount of imming immigration
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- all brands of people coming from all over so - all different backgrounds, religions, cultures.
- people were unsure of this "new OHAMON immigrant"
A NOONJWA Smoogd of
came from non-democratic
cultures. How could they be
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businessmen would send representatives over
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6 z7 NINJ MA - changed complexion & sources & Kind of
immigration that America had sense je traten av since experience di Jawa Nonas no "immigrants were like animals"
osho lived in ghettos syoung to two As Neng nou s immigrants were segregated. TTI ) THE MYTH OF THE EURO – IMMIGRANT "GHETTO "
- polish ghetto, Russian ghetto Little Italy Nostat - characteristics:
- poor twotetorg tiw - those who live there are the same.
- Nasyonas NoNtaga Chomogenic) spo NOXS Todas) Notorpine in public policy
low suposo not enot Ni 1st Claw determined where they
eyid in and could live).
- what are they doing in these ghettos?
(o searching for order
- people matched laborers W labor (2) Immigrant Aid societies
-organized among ethnicities
people, help find
(3) foniegn newspapers
es - Daily forward print news of old & new
country. Also gave advice. ☆ immigrants seening to order own world X (4) Ethnic neighborhoods : most important to order lives.
- were these areas permanant ?
Tood No turnover rate of - bought
507: every 10 years. in the jf way out, B - neighborhoods weren't actually homogenic.
There was always a mixture. wot an- Discriminated within ethnic neighborhoods.
asunto o south Italians didn't like
a to Northern Italians. Public policy: determining factors in Euro-immigrant
were mobility and income. AN. Immigrants were over-running the country
- 2 was this true?
* "birds of passage": come to work for a (postus season or 2, make $$$, go home.
angut cabout 40% returned home) - 1910: 14.5% were of all u.s. citizens were born
in foregn countries IU) CHINATOWN : THE GHETTO REALIZED
- chinese came for work on needed them to build railroads. (
West Coast). - actively recruited by RR companies. lov ter - most discriminated immigrant group at the time
s & even later. UST
- considered subhuman bio <marginal members of human race. - victimized by bad press & a bad reputation.
tegeledesctors is chinese pou pouring into california w/
to the gold rush
- cali passed a fontegn miners tax
- 98% of revenue from this tax
2000 come from chinese Naung - chinese couldn't send their Kids
to school Ovo - seattle & other Northeastern states
e to expelled all chinese students from
schools. aggos (1880s)
- limited 4 pushed out of cities Ronrod Noron sin many end up in Chinatowns. wil to Chinatowns had all features of a ghetto.
- lots of drugs. No aut lots of prostitution an en-chinese exclusion act of 1882 MINNS antonio- no chinese laborer can enter the
Situs. not now 1870 barred from becoming u.s. citizens
SMON OR (barred from naturalization)
Canon - trapped here w/ a disproportionate sex srow Nositis 2nratio tool
at - couldn't reproduce ni 5 -- high incidena of prostitutionino AV
92 A to tow
high gang / clan count ble no
in aquinoa family life w a CONCLUSION: why do amen cans historically react violentry to immigration? They posed a threat to America!
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(bold words are important / vocab) so (Plunkit q's not in detail) Lessay
cchoose from a prompts) no ter general q agree or disagree, then
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- 4 piece of evidence for every historical claim
THE RISE OF ORGANIZED LABOR INTRODUCTION: LABOR'S RESPONSE TO INDUSTRIALISM
-unions became the womers response to industrialism na industrialization brought all kinds of changes!
- economies of scale, mechanization - workers this new wond made life difficult Svantang had to compete wi onners & managers.
o under control of powerful manager
• politicians created an in hospitable environment for wonders
y not surprising that they
In organized. nous A - the past shapes everything
- revolution promised :
10 freedom 2) independence dos
3) private property 2p created a competetive society
II) WORKERS IN INDUSTRIAL AMERICA
- workers saw the above freedoms nuxa c dogout differentiy s brow
Quat. with citizenship came responsibilities
and obligations to serve the
public work on bro"freedom" meant freedom to fulfill
these obligations. e independence to act on issues in as w the community.
• property meant more than matenal
posessions, it was intellectual IM
- pudlers make steel/ required alot
- their knomedge was their
309 property. JASTUONI OT Iano-machines replaced pudlers & Hanom of sengasp honenowledge (their property) enero to win elo t was stolen from them.
Norto non radical worcers rejected this - fraternal societies , brotherhoods, an cooperative rather than competetive My societies
now ON - no one was a worker & no one
was an owner Equality. HAN c> resistance - Accomodation : wonders who accepted new
system & tried to work with it.
accept competition & caputalism &
find their place in it. child labor
- textile mills o women (257. labor force)
RESISTANCE & ACCOMODATION
-new kind of labor force created oz you or work was different, too major scales forced
to wonders to produce more & more
o worridas depended on how long it tool Hang how for workers to meet production Junto in less satisfied wonders cho craftsmanship)
o nor was dangerous SUR VO
- hundreds of thousands of brosas atto injured every year on the job.
lou wades, no bargaining irone - regular depressions ravaged farm prices
- Workers were caught in a cycle of
wage slavery ccycles of debt, slaves of the 181 to 18 s economic system).
Luo increased labor protests
- Mwona zow an ao be cause of working hours ! tosid RNO DON - conditions
192000 - 8 hr work day
- workers began to organize! no Ludz – cause, consequence, changercontinuity,
all governed by context. contigency:
multiple possible outcomes.
•Knights of Labor Terrence Powderly
-radical union in -vertical growth in labor - anybody could join! - create a union that embraced all those
who worked in the womeplace ovas - "an injury to one is a cause of concern Log rent for all" NO w now
to usloy remake America
-turn away from competition & create
cooperative society La brotherhood).
lotu- some couldn't join 10701052 10 vecgamblers, lawyers, banners, 11quor sellers).
gwoms som made & from people's Nody ti wolwon No to
misery ! I Nostonberg - everybody would share profits. Curgonentoo on - alternative to industrial capitalism,
"socralist utopia" conosnant wanted monopolies/trusts outlawed. No vos -distribute profits according to
NINA ability & need. Wag mot-1885:700,000 members still growing
- 1886: massive strives, disaster t to vol 24 tdob to chicago, McCormick
• Haymarket square Riot (18867
- violence broke out JONOW AN Now to suas -bomb was shown
— иос Grred b/с Mob Now IN 18 - conspiracy to stock
of unient's dropped. unitin - American Federation Of Labor samüll Gompers
• exclusive to skilled workers VWGS
ccarpenters, mechanics, tail 013) only white men nu pure & simple unionism
• using power of collective to improve sont en woord corporate capital ist system
e og better conditions, hours, payt Yonos 70 2 Moo accepted socket as competetive, &
norers could maximize their place
by finding their place in it. storo & Nasi AF OF L blossomed
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- survived depression a prospered -1.6 million workers were members - only constituted 12% of wom force!
- why not more?
(1) political system set against
unions. (2) national sensibility that
Americans were individual 13t3 (3) power of managers & owners
cstrike breakers - Another 30-40 years would go by
before something would change,