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“Factories in the Field”: A Review of the Book by Carey McWilliams
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A 5 page overview of the agricultural history of California. This author traces this history from the Spanish land grant to the early half of the twentieth century. Central to the tremendous development which occurred was the migrant worker, groups of which McWilliams describes as the “wake of a machine”. The industry of thousands of workers, some white, some yellow, some brown, is what has fueled California’s great corporate expansion into agriculture. It is that industry to which California should be the most beholding. The picture revealed by McWilliams, however, is not one of gratitude, it is instead one of monopolization and domination. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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“For Cause and Comrades” by James M. McPherson
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A 3 page examination of “For Cause and Comrades” by James M. McPherson. No additional sources cited.
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“John Quincy Adams”
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A five page paper which looks at the way in which Adams had a positive influence on the American government in terms of the Florida Purchase and the Monroe Doctrine, and his individual and perceptive attitude to the relationship between European colonialism and the formation of the USA. Bibliography lists 2 sources
Filename: JLAdams.rtf

“Out of This Furnace”: A Review of the Book by Thomas Bell
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A 6 page discussion of the immigrant experience presented in this fictional novel based in a steel mill town in Pittsburgh at the turn of the century. Examines the importance of capitalism to the American dream. Explains the reflection of one of the primary characters in the novel that “bosses and bossin” were in need of dire change as not being critical of the macrocosm of capitalism as a whole only of the microcosm of the injustices of a particular workplace. No additional sources are listed.
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