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American History

 

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From 1900 to 1920, the native-born middle class began to expand. The White-collar work force jumped from 5.1 million to 10.5 million. Included in the white-collar class were engineers, technicians, bureaucrats, lawyers, physicians, teachers, and other professions. 2. Black America in a Racist Age i...
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Black America in a Racist Age i. "Jim Crow" laws are imposed ? legally enforced racism by imposing segregation from streetcars, trains, schools, public buildings, parks, and cemeteries. ii. Legally imposed residential segregation ? outlawed by Supreme Court in 1917. iii. Segregation (although not legally imposed) is present in North; blacks live in run-down "colored districts", attend dilapidated schools, and worked the lowest-paying jobs...
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