HIS 112 927 - Not repealed until 1933 1918 Flu Epidemic...

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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Unformatted text preview: Not repealed until 1933 1918 Flu Epidemic Challenge to the new public health system of the Progressive era Expertise vs. the limits of medicine Great Migration Movement of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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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course HIST 112 taught by Professor Littlefield during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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HIS 112 927 - Not repealed until 1933 1918 Flu Epidemic...

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