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American peace movement and social reform, 1898-1918.

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        LC Classifications1972
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        Paginationxvi, 111 p. :
        Number of Pages90
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The protestors drafted a resolution rejecting the militaristic program of preparedness and endorsing a series of policy recommendations for Congress to adopt. The small, elite and establishment peace movement of the early war years American peace movement and social reform overcome by the mass working-class and increasing radical anti-militarist and anti-capitalist movements of the later years. All seven members of the executive committee in 1905 were from the Boston area. Roland Marchand was not only a leading historian of American culture, he was also one of the most beloved teachers in the history department.

For their role in helping to publish and distribute the flyer, Hulet Wells, Sam Sadler, and Joe and Morris Pass were charged with sedition. University of Michigan Mary Crawford-Volk 86-87 : Boston's Image of the Artistic Past: Patronage, Taste, and Collecting 1870-1925 and their Relation to Cultural Change; 1. The AFL-affiliated unions practiced racist and exclusionary membership policies, supported legislation that excluded Chinese, Japanese and black workers from a number of industries.

Brandeis University Allan Kulikoff 79-80 : Migration within the American South from the Revolution to the Civil War. The general public was not alone in moving away from a once-solid stance for neutrality.

A Serbian assassin had killed the Crown Prince of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and ignited a chain reaction that swept through Europe. Steven Kesselman 73-74 : Intellectual Development of Rexford Tugwell and Thurman Arnold; Impact of 1898-1918.

Social Perceptions. Charles DeBenedetti, Origins of the Modern American Peace Movement, 1915—1929 Millwood, N. Seattle was a hotspot for labor militancy and organizing. Florence Brewer Boeckel, The Turn Toward Peace New York: Friendship Press, 1930. Building off of this base of support, Strong gained a seat on the Seattle School Board. In addition to working with other local organizations to protest preparedness, the SCLC drafted a statement to be wired to President Wilson and Congress, denouncing the Army Reorganization Bill.

University of Tennessee Press, 1971. The split between national anti-war moderates in the AUAM, on one hand, and radicals on the other, was reproduced in the rhetoric of early anti-war activity in the Pacific Northwest. However, it is likely that the Council had so nearly affiliated itself with the Socialist Party that a separate organization was finally deemed unnecessary.

Deceased Sune Akerman 70-71 : Immigration and the Adjustment of Different Ethnic Groups in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1890-1915. Since colonial days, countless individuals and organizations have embraced peace as their first principle of social action and reformation; indeed, historians have established the centrality of the peace reform In the American reform tradition Footnote 1.

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Preserving the Social Fabric, pg. Harvard University Christina Klein 99-00 : Cold War Orientalism: Globalization and the Cultural Politics of Anti-Racism, 1945-1961; Cold War Orientalism: Asia in the Middlebrow Imagination, 1945-1961. To be pro-business and anti-union was associated with Americanism and patriotic duty and alternatively, to be anti-capitalist and pro-union was tantamount to pro-Germanism and treason.

Cold War Social Science 2.