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Record #:
21355
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The North Carolina gubernatorial Democratic primary campaign of 1920 demonstrates the conservative-progressive split which happened in the state's Democratic Party. Three main issues divided the candidates: 'machine' politics, women's suffrage and state press coverage of the campaign.
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Record #:
21372
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A re-examination of the effects of the New Deal on blacks in North Carolina that dispels some previously accepted scholarship by the New Left that had indicted the program, as well as more recent scholarship that underestimated the negative effects of the program on Southern blacks.
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Record #:
16214
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The Works Progress Administration (WPA), a New Deal agency, employed 125,000 of the state's men and women. These people of all races completed 3,984 jobs across the state between 1935 and 1940. A variety of projects were completed from construction of new facilities and records made of rural folk artists.
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