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    There were jobs for everyone. Going into the early 20th century technology began helping things become easier for people. That’s when jobs became scarce. Such as when there were horse drawn carriages people were hired to clean up horse manure from the streets, but as soon as the automobile came out and horse…

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    Over the course of the 20th Century, women in Europe began to enter the workforce in larger numbers than seen in previous years. In earlier years, women were discouraged from pursuing careers outside of raising children due to the male dominated society and the fixed gender roles of the times. However, throughout the 1900s, more women began to enter the workforce in fields such as nurses, teachers, and textile workers. There were many new factors during the 20th century that made it advantageous…

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    western countries like Canada and the United States. Rapes and sex trafficking are ruining women 's chances about going out in the workforce but many labour laws are put in process which help women advance more and more everyday. Women in India for centuries now have been known to hold the role of housewives. Men were and still in some circumstances hold the…

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    Disability History

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    2.4.1 Historical Review of Paralympics Sainsbury 's (1998) cited several examples of sports and leisure clubs of people with disability in early 20th century, British society armed player (1932) and the disabled to drive the car club (1922). In fact, the first international organization working for the specific obstacle group and its participation in sports is the establishment of a deaf French, E. Reuben - alcais, in 1924 to support the 6 National Sports Federation for the deaf. SOURDS DES…

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    superhuman feats he had performed. The story Beowulf focuses on a battle between the hero and a terrible monster that harasses the mead-hall of King Hrothgar, leader of the Danes. Beowulf presents the monster, Grendel, as a horrific beast but by the 20th century, after hundreds of years of storytelling, his character seemingly evolves into a young, confused boy with psychological issues. The novel Grendel, written in 1971 by John Gardner, is a first person account from Grendel’s viewpoint.…

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    The south is a place that isn 't as welcoming for the LGBT community, and this play give insight into their minds, because they are humans as well. All humans hold the same rights, no matter who they love. Although this was set in another country a century before, it could easily be produced with Georgia in the 21st without changing much at all. A feminist philosopher was quoted in Critical Ethnography by saying, “Traveling to some one’s world is a way of identifying with them... because by…

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    In the early 20th century, Margaret Sanger began a major reform, known as the birth control movement, in order to make contraception widely available so that women could limit the size of their families. I n “I Resolved that Women should have knowledge of Contraception,” Margaret Sanger describes women’s desperate efforts to limit their family size by attempting to prevent or eliminate pregnancy and their reasons behind doing so. Included was the story of her mother’s death, which was a major…

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    that makes it impossible to understand the event that ends war and usher in peace, namely, victory: somebody eliminating the obstacles to his peace.” Thus war is serious and serves a distinct purpose. Mr. Codevilla laments that many leaders of 20th century America failed to recognize these truths. Instead they would often confuse war with actions like bombing, sending strike forces, killing, and occupying and building nations. He is upset that they did not understand what war truly is. “War,”…

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    Smoke Signals A Young Man’s Journey of Self-Discovery In Chris Eyre’s independent film, Smoke Signals, he tells the story of a young boy named Victor Joseph and his journey to forgiveness in the late 20th century. In the beginning, Arnold Joseph, Victor’s father, accidentally sets Thomas Builds-The-Fire’s home on fire in his drunken haze, killing Thomas’s parents on the Coeur d'Alene Reservation in Idaho. He miraculously saves baby Thomas as he was thrown out of the burning building. Arnold…

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    exhausting, desperate men were willing to work under poor conditions just to care for their families. Eventually workers began to stand against their companies and protest, which eventually led up to one of the biggest massacres in mining history. On April 20th 1914, the national guard was called to shoot upon a tent city of miners in Ludlow, Colorado which killed a total of nineteen people; including two women and eleven children. Could the bloodshed and unjust killing of innocent women and…

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