HONR 199-3, Week 2, January 20 notes
HONR 199-3, Week 2, January 20 notes HONR 199
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Date Created: 01/20/16
Muncie as Middletown HONR 199-3 Notes taken January 20 th Robert and Helen Lynd wrote “Middletown” Theodore Caplow – Robert Lynd’s student who studied Muncie after Lynd to see if it was still Middletown. Caplow was sort of like Lynd’s successor. John D. Rockefellor Jr. Without him there would be no Middletown His father was the creator of standard oil company He was a philanthropist Thought that principals of religion would harmonize and unify the different income groups of the United States He built Rockefeller Center Employed 75,000 people Information from the video: Muncie reflects America America reflects Muncie The proof of this: in almost every election, Middletown has voted with the winner o Exceptions: 1960 – Nixon, 2000 – Bush/Al Gore The third candidate, Nader, was not on the Muncie ballot. If he had been, votes may have been taken from Al Gore, like they were in Florida.
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