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19th and 20th Century Shifts in bourgeoisie

Lots of people think they need a revolution or violence to change things. We may not forget the urban workers, who moved by their misery and by the powerful social myths engendered by the Great Revolution, remained unreconciled. For a … Continue reading

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150 Years after the 13th Amendment

After the United States civil war, in 1865 the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution were approved by Congress and ratified. What seems so natural, so obvious and simple was not so simple in the New World. … Continue reading

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