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American Minority Groups
A look at the social, economic and political advances made by American minority groups over the past century.
# 125520 | 1,500 words | 10 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper provides a discussion of the condition of American minority groups (women, blacks, immigrants, organized labor and the poor) at the turn of the twentieth century and the social, economic and political advances made by these groups over the past 100 years. The paper emphasizes how despite great progress, continual advocacy is required to advance social justice for all Americans.

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"From women, blacks and immigrants, to organized labor and the poor, minority groups in American society have come a long way since the first decade of the twentieth century. It would be another two decades after before ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment provided women the right to vote. For African Americans, segregation and Jim Crow laws still oppressed blacks who would not gain equal rights with whites until the passage of the Civil Rights Act in ... Laborers were still loosely organized and when they..."

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