Racialized Thinking In The 19th Century

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Around the 19th century this was a period of time which basically the start of the modern civilization occurred. This period of advancement came with a lot of issues with the civilization that has not yet matured to understand modern thoughts such as anti-racism and civil right and this will be discussed. The emergence of racialized thinking during the enlightenment era, the racialized thinking practice in nineteenth century European and US colonies, as well as the rise of racial and biological nationalism in early twentieth century Europe will be discussed. The era of the enlightenment introduced numerous new concepts and more modernized thought to society. However despite this there would always be ways in which people would be able to take…show more content…
Jim Crow laws authorized the separation of public schools, public places and public transportation, and the segregation of washrooms, eateries and water fountains for whites and blacks. The U.S. military was also separated, as were centralized offices, initiated in 1913 under President Woodrow Wilson, who actually is the first president designated since 1856 who is from the south. Jim Crow laws remained in the southern United States, during and after a period where reconstruction of state and local racial segregation laws were enacted. Public schools, public places and public transport, restrooms, restaurants and drinking fountains for blacks and whites, supposedly ‘separate but equal’. The US military also was segregated with Woodrow Wilson being elected as president of the US as the first southern elected president. This happened in a time were whites just recently freed black slaves thus could be justified as an improvement of conditions, however the situation would only worsen with this law being enacted. Segregation was seen from a white point-of-view as a way for both races to live within the society without racial conflict and tension, thus using fear as a motive to enact this law. Separation of blacks and whites stretched across all…show more content…
In the 19th century, a upsurge of romantic patriotism swept the Europe. To achieve non-union in 1848, this argument has led to the end of the formation of the state of the nation in 1871, which in turn delayed the development of positive national values. Hitler often called by the German public to sacrifice everything for the cause of their great nation, but his plan does not create German nationalism. Only enabled on an intrinsic cultural value of German society, the spread remains well to date. In addition, the dispute that the "failure" of 1848 reaffirmed latent aristocratic aims in the German middle class; so that this group never developed a confident program of
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