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    Throughout nineteenth century Europe and leading into the twentieth century, the division and integration of equal rights and liberties towards both genders was a predominant issue. From the 1860’s and beyond, male suffrage was expanding due to working-class activism and liberal constitutionalism, however women were not included in any political participation and were rejected from many opportunities in the workforce. They were considered second-class citizens, expected to restrict their sphere of

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    Native Americans in the late 19th century The reservations system is quite a complex matter and understanding the consistency and membership of the reservations can be hard, depending on the particular issue being handled. It is worth noting however that all the Indians born in the USA are citizens and are subject to federal and tribal laws though not generally to the state laws. The federal law limits their self-governance hence they do not retain the all powers. They are endowed with the power

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    The end of the 19th century brought to farmers astringent policies enforced by railroad companies, once stable cash crops like cotton and wheat now selling at such low profit margins due to inflation that farmers continued to end up in the red, spikes in foreign competition due to leaps and bounds in transportation, and all of this in the wake of a devastating drought that brought with it the degradation of businesses throughout the west. This agricultural depression culminated into the Populist

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    During the late 19th century, the second industrial revolution began as a result of the economic growth after the Civil War. The rapid increase in population from European immigration provided a new cheap source of labor, and developments in technology changed how items were manufactured. Large business corporations and monopolies also emerged and contributed to substantial economic and industrial growth. As more people flooded to into the cities to work in factories, geographic mobility transformed

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    The role of women in the Greek Heroic Age and late 19th century Europe was one of great obedience and devotion to the men of the house. Nora in A Doll House, a play written by Henrik Ibsen, and Penelope in The Odyssey, an epic poem sung by Homer, both display unwavering loyalty to the men they love. Penelope pretends she is available to the suitors by weaving and unravelling a burial shroud to buy time and by offering her hand in marriage to the winner of her archery contest. Nora pretends she is

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    interpretations. Lawrence Kramer discusses this topic on two fronts: the late 19th century hypersexualizing of Salome and a more critical approach that stresses the study of the music itself. The author presents the works of many late 19th century artists and draws upon criticism/discussion of more modern scholars to help make his point. He concludes that though it would be easy to analysis Salome, especially in the late 19th century, as the Freudian trend towards sexualizing everything, it also provides

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    In the grand scheme of things politically and socially speaking, the 19th century was a time where the world was working to come together and I believe it still is today. Leaders all over the world were still coming to conclusions about political matters and due to powerful political groups having conflicts of interest, there were disagreements that led to wars, and most of all there were constant reforms and a steady stream of colonization still happening. In the midst of all of these events, there

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    During the late nineteenth century, the agrarian movement evolved into a political force that energized American farmers to voice their political and economic grievances like never before. Although the movement essentially died after William Jennings Bryan's loss of the 1896 Presidential election, many of the reforms they fought for were eventually passed into law. American farmers found themselves facing hard times after the Civil War. In the West, the railroad had opened up enormous opportunities

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    The period during the late 19th century was called ‘Gilded Age’ which meant that the period was glittering and prosperous on the surface but corrupt underneath. It was the time that full of scandal-plagued politic and shady business practice. The famous robber Boss Tweed tried his best to make as much money as he could and did whatever he wants without concerning the corruption and justice. In the late 19th century, new technologies was improved and benefited the industrial and agricultural

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    In the late 19th century the relationship of the workers and owners were kind of terrible. Reasons being that they had to work a very long and hard day, that resulted in a low amount of pay. They couldn’t afford to stay in a steady apartment or a home and after their rent, there were very few dollars left to buy other necessities. Employment in the 19th century was difficult to find and if you happened to come acrossed a decent paying job, most likely the condition was harsh. They had lengthy hours

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