Does US Citizenship Really Matter In A Time Of War? From as early as 1885, immigrants from Japan came to America seeking jobs and new lives. Facing discrimination throughout the years within the community and workplace, nothing compared to Executive Order 9066. President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued this executive order just twelve days after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1942. Fearing that citizens … Continue reading Does US Citizenship Really Matter In A Time Of War?
The Formation of American Industry Workers from U.S. Steel company going on strike in 1919. During the late 1800s, the American Industrial Revolution began to erupt. Population, factories, the number of workers, patents, and even the Gross National Product all increased by at least 150% by the 1900s (Visions of America, 16.1.1). Big names and inventions, Alexander Graham Bell developing the telephone and Thomas … Continue reading The Formation of American Industry