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Discussion Section Question Describe one instance in which Lee Chew’s life is affected by Progressive era policies, and one way in which it is affected by racism.
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Prohibition 18 th amendment outlawed liquor How did it get passed?
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Prohibition Many progressives blamed liquor for social ills Violence Poverty Unemployment “Immorality”
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Prohibition Who was for it: Women voters Fundamentalist Christians
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Prohibition Other factors: German-Americans unpopular due to WWI, protests by (mostly German) beer industry were ignored
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Speakeasies
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Speakeasies
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Liquor raids
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Protests to repeal the amendment
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Protests to repeal the amendment Did Prohibition make liquor go away? Did it fix social ills?
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Unformatted text preview: • Not repealed until 1933 1918 Flu Epidemic • Challenge to the new public health system of the Progressive era • “Expertise” vs. the limits of medicine Great Migration • Movement of African Americans from rural south to urban north • Economic opportunities in northern factories, etc Great Migration Great Migration • What else did they find? – Segregation – Discrimination in hiring policies Great Migration • African Americans escaped Lynchings, KKK violence in the South • But: found Race Riots in North Northern Race Riots Northern Race Riots Northern Race Riots • Eventually galvanizes African Americans around a new move toward political action...
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