Chapter 8: Creating a Social MovementChapter 8: Creating a Social Movement
American politics makes clear that universal suffrage is a necessary but not sufficient condition for a fully democratic political order.”2
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Occupation and address: Professor of History, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Holton Hall, P. O. Box 413, Milwaukee, wi 53201. Home: 5715 N. Dexter Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53209
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Alfred Dreyfus and “The Affair”Alfred Dreyfus and “The Affair”
Panama Canal — suggested that the young French Republic was in danger of collapse. The controversy involved critical institutions and issues, including monarchists and republicans, the political parties, the Catholic Church, the army
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The bolshevik consolidation of power: 1917-21 Reforms following the November RevolutionThe bolshevik consolidation of power: 1917-21 Reforms following the November Revolution
Provisional Government. However, Lenin did forge an alliance with the left Socialist Revolutionaries, since this would increase the government’s support among the peasants
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The Weimar Republic 1918-1933: a democracy and its VicissitudesThe Weimar Republic 1918-1933: a democracy and its Vicissitudes
Germany lost World War I in 1918 humiliation, disorientation, trauma; many war veterans believed that German politicians had
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The New Deal by Thomas KessnerThe New Deal by Thomas Kessner
An enlistment poster for the Arizona Civilian Conservation Corps, 1938
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Fdr and The New DealFdr and The New Deal
Yet others charge him with dramatically expanding the welfare state, undermining the free enterprise economy and sapping American initiative. Few disagree though that his response to the worst depression in American history is the defining feature of
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The Roles of Aid in Politics Putting China in PerspectiveThe Roles of Aid in Politics Putting China in Perspective
China – could take, and it highlights possible methods and theoretical lenses through which emerging economies’ foreign relations with other developing countries could be analyzed
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Dear Gov 3007 workshop participantsDear Gov 3007 workshop participants
This is a draft of my Korean empirical chapter. Since this chapter was initially written for a stand-alone paper to answer to slightly different empirical questions, it is still lacking coherency
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Each administration from 1961 to 1974 promised reforms, but violence also marked the terms of Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon
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