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This is a favorite topic for scholars of recent American history, who are frequently fascinated by the fact that rank-and-file labor militancy was on the rise at the same time that figures like George Wallace were able to find a blue-collar audience.
Opportunity varies greatly depending on where you live, perhaps more than at any point in recent American history, given the growing inequality in the U.
If anyone who has a knowledge of recent American history believes I am wrong I would be grateful if they would write in to correct me as I take no pleasure from my views.
We are also approaching the first national election since the onset of the greatest recession in recent American history, an event that continues to exhibit economic aftershocks in state legislatures where revenue levels have yet to recover to pre-2007 levels.
Indeed, history - including recent American history - strongly suggests that decentralization and competition are a surer way to improve performance in most any line of work than granting exclusive control to government.
The last forty seven days of the 2008 presidential election are some of the most important days in recent American history.
It also points to the importance of industrial grievance procedures and other institutional artifacts of the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 as unstudied influences over recent American history.
The real-life story of the Navajo Nation Code Talkers is one of the most moving and endearing threads in recent American history.