Plessy Vs Ferguson Analysis

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Since the U.S. wanted to spread their belief of Democracy around the world to other countries in Europe, they had to make the perfect form in their very own country. President Harry Truman decided to enact his rights as president and start distinguishing the discrimination laws and the “separate but equal” act from the Plessy vs. Ferguson case. President Truman “noted that if the United States were to offer the ‘peoples of the world’ a ‘choice of freedom or enslavement’ it must ‘correct the remaining imperfections in our practice of democracy”. This pretty much states that President Truman wants to outlaw discrimination across the country to prove a point to other countries how successful Democracy could be and lead by example. This was the spark of the civil rights movement that African Americans needed to become equal. With the Cold War, the…show more content…
economy in general. It also helped with giving people jobs. Due to the fact that the factories needed to make planes and other materials needed in the war effort, they needed a lot of workers to help produce as much as they can, as fast as they can. The factories also increased the pay wages in factories by 50 cents to help influence people to work their. With the bomber planes as well, this produced jobs for pilots to be able to fly bombs from country to country if needed in time of war. This helped families across the nation get a little more money in their pocket if they were running into problems and it increased the U.S. national economy because of it and gave them the upper hand over the Soviets. The Cold War, in my opinion, benefitted the United States the most economically. Though the cost for producing nukes and nuclear power plants was expensive, the cash flow the U.S. had from all of the factories, and it brought the U.S. together to help with the war effort and to help their allies in Europe who were neighbors with the
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