Thursday, June 22, 2017

Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7, “Back to the Beginning”, Bite #22,The Railroad Labor Board Controversy

Global Strong Cities Cold War,
Series #7 
“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks : 

“Leading Facts” by David H. Montgomery 1899 and Everyday Civics by Charles Edward Finch 1921: Our Land: Our People 1937 Webster;s School Text:

Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:

“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :


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Daily Bites of Global Strong Citizens Cold War: Series 7“ “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :
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Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7 “Back to the Beginning” 

Bite #22,The Railroad Labor Board Controversy:
Halleck’s History Public School Textbook:

The Esh Cummings Act of 1920 ordered the return of the railroads to private control after the world war. this Act tried to prevent strikes by establishing a Railroad Labor Board and make recommendations for their settlements by hearing their disputes. this Board was abolished by an Act of 1926 which provided for a special Board of Arbitration under the supervision of a Board of Mediation of five members. The rich or poor man who loafs on the job seems to forget that there is more to provide only when more is produced. 

If the practice of thrift enabled everyone to become a capitalist many serious twentieth century problems would be solved. Everyone a Capitalist....should be a slogan. The growing industries caused a demand for more practical education. Those who were dissatisfied with what the regular political parties had accomplished wanted laws to restrain powerful combinations and to give individuals more of a chance.

Productions on a large scale, or “big business” as it is often called, naturally developed with the nation’s industrial growth. Misuse of the power of big business followed. Capitalists combined to monopolize certain products or kinds of businesses. They sometimes ruined businesses by under selling them and then raising prices. The Railroads often gave big businesses secret rebates on freight while smaller competitors had to pay full charge. 

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(To be continued )
Global Strong Cities Cold War series 7
 “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks :

Daily Bites of Global Strong Cities Cold War: Series 7: “Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks Highlights submitted by Pearl L. Sturgis:

Bite #24 The National Education Association: 

Bite #25 The New National Education Reorganization of 1957: 

Bite #26 The New Global Order: 

Bite #27 The Order and the Plan: 

Bite #28 Smoke Screen Groups:

Bite #29 Our Hero Mole:

Bite #30 The Debit Card:

To be Continued in the Next Daily Bites of  Global Strong Cities Cold War,series #7  
“Back to the Beginning” American Public School Textbooks 

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