Curriculum Vitae michael o. West 801 Reynolds Road, #104Curriculum Vitae michael o. West 801 Reynolds Road, #104
Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1992-96
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Impact of the Black Death on the Medieval EconomyImpact of the Black Death on the Medieval Economy
R of the working class and limit their ability for negotiation and price gouging, but it was never completely effective. The ultimate effect of the Black Death was to change the economy from self-regulating to government controlled
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1905, the \"October Manifesto\"1905, the "October Manifesto"
On the 10th day of the general strike in St. Petersburg, with the aid of middleclass, the October Manifesto was signed. It made a promise to grant full civil rights to people, such as: Freedom of conscience, gathering
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Defining and Developing Multicultural Competency in the Rehabilitation ProfessionDefining and Developing Multicultural Competency in the Rehabilitation Profession
United States, and defining the terms culture, race and ethnicity. This establishes a foundation to be used in understanding the impact of multiculturalism on the field of rehabilitation and further address plans that will meet the needs
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Black Soldiers From the outset of the war, many blacks volunteered as cooks, drivers, carpenters, and scouts for the Union Army, not only out of patriotism, but also to be recognized as full partners in the nation and the war effortBlack Soldiers From the outset of the war, many blacks volunteered as cooks, drivers, carpenters, and scouts for the Union Army, not only out of patriotism, but also to be recognized as full partners in the nation and the war effort
Union Army, not only out of patriotism, but also to be recognized as full partners in the nation and the war effort. Until the summer of 1862, federal law prohibited blacks from becoming soldiers, but when Congress repealed that law
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Sections: Introduction Prairie Fire Selected Quotes Prairie Fire DedicationsSections: Introduction Prairie Fire Selected Quotes Prairie Fire Dedications
I managed to find a copy of a book authored by "Billy" Ayers and Bernardine Dorhn titled "Prairie Fire". I have included a copy of passages transcribed, verbatim, into a word doc
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How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black AmericaHow Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America
Marable, that revolution can only come once white Americans have succeeded in overturning their own racism. 1 The likelihood of either one or both of those conditions
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Education for socialistsEducation for socialists
Issued by the national education department soqaust workers barty 14 charles lane new york, N. Y 10014
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Lenin and the bolshevik party a reply to Tony Cliff and the International SocialistsLenin and the bolshevik party a reply to Tony Cliff and the International Socialists
No one understood that relationship better than Vladimir Ilyich Lenin; he proved that by building the strongest, most flexible, and most successful workers’ party in history – the Bolshevik Party
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Russian Revolution of 1917Russian Revolution of 1917
The two successful revolutions of 1917 are referred to collectively as the Russian Revolution
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Left-wing communism in Britain 1917- 21 An infantile disorder? Bob JonesLeft-wing communism in Britain 1917- 21 An infantile disorder? Bob Jones
A survey of the anti-parliamentarist communist movement in Britain during and after wwi
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Foreign Affairs Volume 95, Issue 1, Jan/Feb 2016 Title: Inequality and Modernization Authors: Inglehart, Ronald AbstractForeign Affairs Volume 95, Issue 1, Jan/Feb 2016 Title: Inequality and Modernization Authors: Inglehart, Ronald Abstract
The more current trends continue, the more pressure will build up to tackle inequality once again. The signs of such a stirring are already visible, and in time, the practical consequences will be as well
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Due date: first day of classDue date: first day of class
It depicts the harsh tones of poverty, the absence of social programs, and the unpleasant living and working conditions, as well as the social injustices prevalent in Chicago’s packingtown
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Collapse of CommunismCollapse of Communism
Collapse of Communism, the disintegration of Communist regimes in Eastern Europe and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (ussr) between 1989 and 1991
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Section 1(Introduction)Section 1(Introduction)
Ford automotive. However some aspects of economics did get better up North. Blacks were usually given the same wage as the white workers for the same. There wasn’t discrimination in pay
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