For the AfricanAmerican community, the progressive era wasn't progressive. discuss. � �
During the progressive era, the AfricanAmerican community wasn't so progressive�
because the power was only distributed to the white males and AfricanAmericans worked as� slaves or indentured servants. The unfortunate situation of AfricanAmericans was overlooked� and they didn't have any rights whatsoever. Furthermore, they were restricted to attend school� with other white student or own properties in certain neighborhood, they weren't even allowed to� sit with the whites in public transportations. The segregation in the south flourished thanks to the� Supreme Court's ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson, in the 1896 'separate but equal'. It is a legal status� which implies the legal separation between white and colored race. It was quickly expanded to� include all public and private institution. � �
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Which had the greater force in driving American society before World War Two � morality or capitalism. �
The greater force that drove the American society before WWII was capitalism, because�
it was an opportunity to make money. It was their chance to escape the social crisis of depression� caused by World War I. Franklin D. Roosevelt created a new policy called the ‘New Deal' but� even so almost half the country workforce was still unemployed, � 3.
President Roosevelt's response to the Great Depression failed because it was not radical� enough. Comment. �
The New Deal was a band aid that had the unfortunate effect of creating the Welfare State that we live in� today. The initial goal was simply to provide jobs to get us out of the depression, even if that meant creating� significant debt owed by the Federal government. That portion was pretty clearly successful (although I� agree WWII complicates things). However, the failure lies in that it will never end bigger government and�...