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The Attack on Labour Accelerates the Economic Decline

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Abstract

During the Golden Age, social conditions on the whole were relatively harmonious, with the obvious exception of violence against blacks. In the North, racial tensions largely reflected the collision between demobilized troops and black workers who had taken industrial jobs. In the South, whites felt threatened by the inevitable dislocations that the imminent destruction of their rural, patriarchal society would cause.

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Affirmative Action Federal Reserve Service Worker Service Employment Pension Plan 
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© Michael Perelman 1993

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.California State UniversityUSA

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