One study of Pasadena, California, over this time period found that racial integration in the 1970s had variable effects on community engagement among suburbanites, pushing some whites into their own insular social communities, reorienting the nature and purpose of local clubs and organization as they saw their numbers decline, and creating ...
Aug 04, 2010 ·  By the 1850s the Whigs and the Democrats were moving quickly to become the parties of the North and South respectively, and both suffered from factionalism based around states' rights, slavery, further expansion and economic affairs. Although Buchanan had been triumphant in the war against Mexico the resulting turmoil over the expansion of ...
The 2008 crash was the greatest jolt to the global financial system in almost a century - it pushed the world's banking system towards the edge of collapse. We explore the causes and consequences of the crash, consider its historical parallels, and ask - how will history remember the crisis?
reflected regional tensions, especially over the issue of slavery. Sectional Divisions Intensify Main Idea For many years, the North and South tried to ignore or patch over their differences. But by the mid-1850s, the dispute over slavery caused sectional differences to intensify. The Lincoln-Douglas Debate Main
The crisis facing the United States in 1850 was a dramatic prologue to the conflict that came a decade later. The rapid opening of western lands demanded the speedy establishment of local civil administration for these vast regions.
Poll: Speaker Pelosi's Favorability for a Fourth Term as House Speaker Plummets.House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) majority in the lower chamber was eviscerated on election night, after pollsters predicted that Democrats would make significant gains in congressional elections.
Paul Cook is a member of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, representing District 1 in California. He assumed office on December 7, 2020. His current term ends on December 2, 2024.