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Week 6 Notes HIST 106

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History of the US
William Collopy
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Date Created: 09/30/16
History Exam 2 Women  More in the workplace  Not in management jobs  Discriminated in professions  Birth control; control the number of babies birthed o Margaret Sanger o Smaller families o Birth control advancements Margaret Sanger  Birth Control  Social reformer  Planned Parenthood  Laws o Could not send contraceptives or information about birth control The Consumer Market  Advertising  Market research o Getting more scientific and doing more research to see what is in demand among the people  Standardize clothing and shoes The Cities  Racially segregated  Ethnically segregated  Proximity of workplace Leisure  Baseball  Movie Theaters  Phonographs  Dancing Music  Ragtime  Blues  Jazz Race  Plessy v Ferguson (1896) o Separate but equal African American  Lynching  Underfunded schools Emerging National Leadership  W.E.B. Du Bois  Booker T. Washington Immigration Continued  Mexicans – southwest Labor  Strikes  Court Bias  Women’s Trade Union League (1903)  Anne Morgan a supporter of the Women’s Trade Union League  Shirtwaist worker strike (1909) Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire  March 25,1911 Reaction to the Fire  Frances Perkins  Legislative change AFL  American Federation of Labor  Samuel Gompers  Skilled craftsmen Industrial Workers of the World  All workers (welcomed all)  Supported by Eugene V. Debs  Too militant for many  “Wobbies” Lowell Strike  1912 Industrial Workers of the World  Immigrants  To get sympathy for their cause they put child on a train from ? to New York Progressive Presidents  Theodore Roosevelt  William Howard Taft  Woodrow Wilson Objectives  Social justice  Equal opportunity  Preserve democracy  Enamored with the idea of democracy  Order  Efficiency  In the context of: o Rapid industrialization o Immigration o Urban growth Progressivism in the U.S.  U.S. a latecomer  Role of environment  Statistical methods Child Labor Florence Kelley Women’s suffrage *Don’t have the right to vote nationally but do in some states  Leadership o Elizabeth Cady Staton and Susan B. Anthony well along in years o National American Woman Suffrage Association o Carrie Chapman Catt (spokeswomen for women suffrage)  Justification o Self-protection laws (women urged for more protection but men said they would protect them) o Anti corruption role o Counter immigrant vote Public Virtue  Movie houses o People were concerned with the morality of people  Prostitution o Women suffer from it; if they do it, it is because they have to  Temperance o Women’s Christian Temperance Union o Anti-Saloon League


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