CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS FOUNDATION
Bill of Rights in Action
Summer 2005 (21:3)
Economics and Democracy
This edition of Bill of Rights in Action looks at issues of economic stability and the impact on democracy. The first article explores the migration of refugees from the Dust Bowl to California during the Great Depression. The second article examines the Weimar Republic and its failure to sustain a democratic government in Germany after World War I. The final article looks at the controversy surrounding outsourcing of services to other countries.
U.S. History: Dust Bowl Exodus
World History: The German Weimar Republic
Current Issue: Outsourcing Jobs to Other Countries
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