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Papers On U.S. History (20th Century)  (Page 1)
America Between 1870 – 1920: “The Gilded Age” :
This 5 page report discusses the time period in American
history that replaced the Victorian Age after the Civil War
and up until 1920. Historians have dubbed the time the
“Gilded Age” due to the expansion of the country
economically and industrially. Several examples of how the
change occurred are also given. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Eugene Debs & The Socialist Movement : The movement in
the United States, as well as the life of Eugene Debs are
discussed in a 3 page overview. -- Analysis of why Debs
became involved as well as why the socialist movement was
not successful included as well. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

The Average Women’s Contribution To History in the Early
Twentieth Century :
An 8 page paper looking at the way
women’s contributions to our culture have fundamentally
altered American history in the early part of this century. The
paper contends that even if women’s political contributions
are ignored, changing social attitudes – changed by women,
from within -- toward such issues as consumerism,
contraception, and working outside the home transformed
our culture. Bibliography lists five sources. Women3.wps

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. / Abstract Principles vs Social
Desire :
A 5 page overview of the legal philosophies of
Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes and how his
views related to those of the Progressive Reform Movement.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. Holmesow.wps

1919 / Book Review : An analytical discussion of Eliot
Asinof's "1919 :
America's Loss of Innocence." Book offers
evidence that key events such as the passing of the Valstead
Act, the Black Sox scandal, and the U.S. decision not to join
the league of nations contributed to this nation's "loss of
innocence." 6 pages in length, Bibliography lists 5 supporting
sources. 1919.wps

1919 / Book Review # 2 : As above; 6 pages & 4 supporting
sources. Asinof : 1919no2.wps

1919 / Book Review # 3 : As above, 6 pages & 2 supporting
sources. Asinof : 1919no3.wps

The Boston Police Strike of 1919 : In 8 pages the author
discusses the Boston Police Strike of 1919, and gives an
insightful, informative, well-organized overview of the strike.
"The policemen of Boston went on strike for 3 reasons. The
reasons included hours, working conditions, and pay."
Bibliography lists 10 sources. Bostpol.wps

Alcohol Prohibition -- “The Noble Experiment” : A 5 page
paper discussing prohibition in the United States. During its
nearly 14 years, the 18th amendment caused more problems
than good. Crime flourished, alcohol became a near-mythic
commodity, and countless dollars were wasted through
destruction and confiscation. Bibliography lists five sources.

Al Capone & The Roaring Twenties : A 6 page discussion of
Al Capone’s life and times specifically demonstrating how his
character was indicative of the “roaring twenties.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. Alcapone.wps

Capone's Control of Chicago as a Metaphor of
Government :
A 5 page research paper on Al Capone's
syndicate and its similarities to a government. The writer
details each function of government and how Capone's
organization paralleled it as a microcosm. Bibliography
lists 5 sources. Capone.wps

Organized Crime In Chicago : This 12 page paper discusses
organized crime as it existed in Chicago from its inception
through Prohibition. Social ramifications are addressed as are
the various causes and effects of Mafia and other organized
crime behavior illustrated by the case of Chicago.
Bibliography lists 12 sources. Orgcrime.wps

Organized Crime In the History of Chicago : A 6 page
research paper which looks specifically at the Prohibition era
and how Chicago was ruled by gangsters, bootleggers, and
corrupt politicians at that time. This era ended when mobster
Al Capone was finally arrested for tax evasion by
“Untouchable” leader Elliott Ness. Bibliography lists 4
sources. HistChic.wps

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