HIST 010 The World Have Been Different when Dubois Wrote in The 1930s Analysis

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W.E.B. DuBois wrote, “If the Reconstruction of the Southern states, from slavery to free labor, and from aristocracy to industrial democracy, had been conceived as a major national program of America, whose accomplishment at any price was well worth the effort, we should be living today in a different world.”

What did he mean? How might the world have been different, when DuBois wrote in the 1930s, and how might it be different today?  Write a response of at least 200 words to the quote and share any reflections on the learning materials from this week.

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Response to W.E.B Dubois Quote
In his quote, W.E.B Dubois meant that America’s post-Civil War era was a missed
chance for Americans to reconstruct its war-torn nation and redefine the conditions from the
ones they were experiencing, especially in the Southern States. As expressed by some people
living in the South, the South lay in ruins after the ...


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