iii Despite being able to fight in WW1 what was the position of Puerto Rico and

Iii despite being able to fight in ww1 what was the

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iii.Despite being able to fight in WW1, what was the position of Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans during WW1?
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iv. What was the Gentlemen's Agreement and why was it not so gentlemanly? The agreement whereby Japan agreed to end migration to the US except for the wives and children of men already in the country. In 1913, California barred all aliens incapable to becoming naturalized citizens (that is, all Asians) from owning or leasing land. f. The Color Line i. Describe the conditions of life for blacks. Barred from joining most unions and from skilled employment, black workers had little access to “industrial freedom.” A majority of adult black women worked outside the home, but for wages that offered no hope of independence. Predominantly domestic and agricultural workers, they remained unaffected by the era’s laws regulating the hours and conditions of female labor. Nor could blacks, the majority desperately poor, participate fully in the emerging consumer economy, either as employees in the new department stores (except as janitors and cleaning women) or as purchasers of the consumer goods now flooding the marketplace. ii.How did many Progressives react to these conditions for blacks? 1.Why?
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