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Be his payment high or low”: The American Working Class of the Sixties By Martin GlabermanBe his payment high or low”: The American Working Class of the Sixties By Martin Glaberman
Facing Reality Second Edition with some marginal corrections. The pamphlet from which this was taken also included a 1970 article by Glaberman “uaw strongman: Reuther in Retrospect” which is not included here.]
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Chapter 10 Imported Influences in America in the early 20Chapter 10 Imported Influences in America in the early 20
War I. Prohibition and speakeasies ended in financial disaster. Mass production of the automobile created mobility for Americans and the invention of the telephone, television and washing machine changed communication and leisure time
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Middle Ages Webquest Due at the end of class on Friday, March 27. You may work with a partner, but you must turn in your own paper for creditMiddle Ages Webquest Due at the end of class on Friday, March 27. You may work with a partner, but you must turn in your own paper for credit
When you say the word "Medieval" or "Middle Ages," it conjures up visions of knights and ladies, Robin Hood and "Braveheart". But, what was it
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Homes of the WealthyHomes of the Wealthy
For security purposes, windows, when they were present, were very small openings with wooden shutters that were closed at night or in bad weather. The small size of the windows allowed those inside to see out
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Life in the Middle AgesLife in the Middle Ages
Most people lived on a manor, which consisted of the castle, the church, the village, and the surrounding farm land. These manors were isolated, with occasional visits from peddlers, pilgrims on their way to the Crusades
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