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Department
History
Course
History 3321E
Professor
Eric Jarvis
Semester
Summer

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American South January 6 Sunbelt SouthWhite Primary election Blacks were told they were unable to vote in the primary elections South is gaining economic and political wealth yet this is not translating into wealth throughout the people of the south Poor whites and all blacks are being neglected with regards to the passing of funds from the new military outposts to the people Fears that the money brought by the war will end when WWII ends however the target just transfer to the USSR Military spending never stops but rather increases along with the industry in the south 195051 Air Conditioning becomes a possibility in the south Many nonsoutherners had been in the south for military training grew fond of the south the cheapness of land and the strength of industry on the rise makes it an appealing to soldiers The GI bill sponsored by the government for soldiers to settle there after the war Much of the flow of northerners int
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