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1930's hardships and working conditions
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Primary Document #3 SnapShots - America in the 1930s

Primary Document #3 SnapShots - America in the 1930s | Hardships and Working Conditions | Scoop.it
The United States in the Great Depression
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This Is a Document of one of many breadlines in america at this time

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Primary Document #1 F.D.R.'s First Inaugural Speech: Nothing to fear

In the early 1930's Franklin Dealano Roosevelt was elected as the 32nd President of the United States. This is his first inaugural speech, otherwise known as...
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Present Website #1 Observation: Urban Hardship Trends Before the Great Recession

Present Website #1 Observation: Urban Hardship Trends Before the Great Recession | Hardships and Working Conditions | Scoop.it
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government Web Site
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This is about the recession and Hardships in the 90's up until now !

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Historical Website #1 1930-1939: The unemployed workers’ movement | libcom.org

Historical Website #1 1930-1939: The unemployed workers’ movement | libcom.org | Hardships and Working Conditions | Scoop.it
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This is about the people that were trying to find jobs that we were currently unemployed

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Essay from the Past Hardships and Living conditions

Hardships and Living conditions

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Hello, My name is Jodeci. I am 16 years of age and I have just been kicked out of my house. Because my parents couldn’t afford me. So now I am freeloading moving from family member house to family house until they kick me out. But I guess this is the life of a young Hobo. I am from new haven; Connecticut at once upon my family was considered one of the richest in new haven. Until my father Keith Sweat put all of are money on a stock he thought was gone be in are favor and we lost it all. But I’m on my own now so I am off that subject. But being a hobo is crazy because there are so many around this time because it’s the great depression. I mean everybody is out here struggling can’t not one person out here just act like they are balling. But as I travel this long road it is really making me grow up. I am not a shy person anymore either because I always have to ask people for food because I don’t have a job to help myself. So either it’s this or back to robbing people. Well I never really robbed anybody but it’s about to that time to start because I will not die of starvation. But now I live in A Hooverville in New York just because they try to always help each other out. And I like that because they are basically like stepping-stones to me because they helping me get through something. But I really don’t understand how America could go into the great depression. We were just in the Roaring 20’s. We were booming industries were making money I mean balling. Everybody had new cars TV’s conventional oven’s it was A great time to live in. But I recently visited Kansas City, Kansas. The place of jazz it was so many famous people their I seen a young Duke Ellington and Dizzy Gillespie. They are some great singers and they are black so no they have to be somebody if I know them. I got a free show in from sneaking into this buffet on 18th and vine. I eventually got kicked out because I drew to much attention to myself. I was eating like a pig that was the first full meal I had in 2 months so I was an animal. But I got back on ride (train) and went to Chicago, Illinois. This was the most crazy place I have been there was a lot of people getting robbed and here and not only was they was getting robbed by mobsters that have came from Columbia. So you know they were the real deal I had to get out of there as fast as I could. So then I went to Detroit , Michigan. It was A cool place everybody seemed like family around their because they were so close to each other all the time and they always helped each other out with bill’s and stuff that needed to be paid. And in that city they had made up a rule saying you could only have 2 children and most people hoped for a boys so they could hurry up and put them in the workforce. So when people thought of having kids they wanted a boy because that was a money sign. This is my essay for American History.

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Present Website #2 Domestic Workers Face Many Hardships, Report Finds (VIDEO) | Progress Illinois

Present Website #2 Domestic Workers Face Many Hardships, Report Finds (VIDEO) | Progress Illinois | Hardships and Working Conditions | Scoop.it
Progress Illinois.com delivers the latest breaking news and information on the latest top stories on Illinois and Chicago politics and more. Advocate for fairness, equality and politics of social change.
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This website is about the Domestic hardships in chicago.

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Historical Website #2 NWHM Exhibit: A History of Women in Industry

Historical Website #2 NWHM Exhibit: A History of Women in Industry | Hardships and Working Conditions | Scoop.it
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This is dealing with depression in the 1930's up until the  world war 2

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Historical website #3 Daily hardships for americans

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This is about the struggle that the americans went through during the Great Depression just to survive !

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