The Great Society became controversial because some complained about government control. Vienna's army, carrying symbols of Roman Catholicism, is crushing Orthodox Serb resistance. The law helps protect those who face pay discrimination and was named for an Alabama woman who complained at the end of her 19-year career that she had been paid less than her male coworkers. Crazy Horse: the Sioux Indian chief who took over after Red Cloud. Kennedy refused, and East Germany built first a fence and then a wall around West Berlin. Lee push Federal troops back to the peninsula between the James and York Rivers.
The book gave rise to the movement called Christian Socialists and helped begin the Progressive era. Levittown: a suburb in Long Island, New York that welcomed its first residents in the 1940s. Act to Enforce Fourteenth Amendment Ku Klux Klan Act. He started out as an assistant to a railroad tycoon. In June 1963 journalists were summoned to a busy intersection in Vietnam, where local monks passed out leaflets. Pinchback, acting governor of Louisiana from December 9, 1872 to January 13, 1873.
Advertisements appeared in catalogs, booklets, posters, cigarette cards, and magazines. The main accomplishments of his time in office was the end of Reconstruction and the begining of reforms to the civil service. He expanded the powers of the president. Progressives wanted to improve working and living conditions for the masses, but not cede political control to them. His views inspired many to join different Share the Wealth programs, but Long was assassinated before he could further his political career. He was very much an anti-communist, in favor of acting tough to make Communists back down. At the end of the Cold War the Germans tore the wall down.
Muckrakers: A term coined by Theodore Roosevelt to describe newspaper reporters who wrote scandalous stories for monetary reward. In the 1890s, advertising became a major American industry. As more and more people in Nixon's administration were linked to this and other illegal acts, they had to resign. March 6, 1934: Babe Didrikson pitches a full inning for the Philadelphia Athletics vs. Treaty of Versailles: Signed in 1919, it ended World War 1 and established the League of nations as a first step to a new world order.
Constitution, which gave the right to vote to black males, became law when the required number of states ratified it. They settle matters to some degree in accordance with national determination, recognizing Bulgarian and Romanian independence and giving independence to Montenegro and Serbia, but they also defer to old fashioned empire: the Habsburg monarchy in Vienna is given approval of its takeover in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They installed Abdur Rahman as emir and confirmed Yaqub's Treaty of Gandamac. It provides blacks with the right to equal treatment in public places and transportation. He was frightened by a labor strike.
The impeachment shows the determination of the House and Senate to move through Reconstruction smoothly and efficiently. A joint assault by Union army and navy forces capture , a Confederate stronghold protecting Wilmington,. Dollar diplomacy worked best in the Caribbean, where no other major powers existed. Presidential Reconstruction: In the early 1860s, President Andrew Johnson refused to cooperate with Congress to pass new laws and begin the transformation of the country. The first era, when the group was founded, was in the aftermath of the Civil War, particularly during Reconstruction. President Truman, Soviet Premier Stalin and British Prime Ministers Churchill and Atlee discussed post-war arrangements in Europe, frequently without agreement, and the war against Japan.
During that time they were forced to conduct fifty-six campaigns of referenda to male voters; 480 campaigns to get Legislatures to submit suffrage amendments to voters; 47 campaigns to get State constitutional conventions to write woman suffrage into state constitutions; 277 campaigns to get State party conventions to include woman suffrage planks in party platforms, and 19 campaigns with 19 successive Congresses. He went into Southern towns to interview people about lynchings and document the events. The compromise gave hope for future peace in Europe; however, Hitler broke the peace by annexing the rest of Czechoslovakia the next year. July 13, 1848: Lucretia Mott, Martha C. Later she began graduate study at Columbia University.
The plan was deeply unpopular with Radical Republicans in Congress who felt it was much too lenient towards the Confederates. Jane Addams established the nation's first settlement house, Hull House, in Chicago in 1889 called the Hull House. Wright elected to South Carolina Supreme court. Fourteen Points: President Wilson's 14-point plan in the 1910's, intended to prevent another World War I. The government responds by ending jury trials for people charged with politically motivated crimes. Manhattan Project: the 1940s secret project to create an atomic bomb. The Supreme Court later declared this Act unconstitutional.