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The True “Builders” of America -- The Workers
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This 5 page report discusses the ways in which the United States was “built” in terms of the industrial age and the advancement of virtually all aspects of American society. By the time the United States entered the 20th century, the republic had existed for more than a century, been torn apart by the Civil War, and had entered the Industrial Age. The glory of the Vanderbilts, Rockefellers, and Duponts (and their ilk), was due to the workers of America that were truly responsible for having “built” the nation. Bibliography lists one source.
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The U.S. Agricultural Crisis and Illegal Immigration
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The current crisis in United States politics concerning agriculture and the illegal alien question is just that, a crisis. To some, the crisis foreshadows the demise of the U.S. through the third-worlding of its workforce. To others, the opposite appears to be true. Without an immigration workforce, they say, the world’s largest agricultural community shuts down because Americans won’t work agricultural jobs. There are still others, once illegal immigrants themselves, who say the borders should be closed because there are already too many migrant workers for the available agricultural positions. Still others believe migrants are responsible for their unemployment (Huspek, 2001, 51). The final contingent states that the immigration laws are not being enforced and that America’s open borders are the major problem in terms of infrastructure. All arguments may carry some validity, but the final argument creates the crisis. jvIlAlie.rtf
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The Wagner Act
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5 pages. The National Labor Relations Act of 1935 is informally known as the Wagner Act. It is named for its sponsor, Senator Robert Wagner of New York. this Act created the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and established workers' right to collective bargaining. This paper lookes at the problems that arose before the Wagner Act was in place, how the Wagner Act is enforced, and how it came into being. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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The Wagner Act And The Landrum-Griffin Act: Comparison
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3 pages in length. Protecting the union ideal – and the rights inherent to that principle – was the primary objective of both the Landrum-Griffin Act of 1959 and the Wagner Act, also known as The National Labor Relations Act. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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