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“And also ask him if we can use the Orensanz? she said, referring to the nineteenth-century shul on the Lower East Side.”
“Just as nineteenth-century whites attacked slaves for “foolishly” imitating aristocrats in their dress, LaSelle called the high aspirations of working-class women stupid:”
“In fact, no place on the planet was more integrated than the nineteenth-century western whorehouse, saloon, or dance hall.”
“Had the ascetic ideals of nineteenth-century America remained dominant, there would be no movie theaters, no shopping, and no weekend.”
“Like nineteenth-century slaves who dressed above their station, working-class women of the early twentieth century crashed through the limits placed on their bodies.”
“This ascetic ideal was one of the criteria of respectability in nineteenth-century America.”
“Low wages “in the factory and the household made prostitutes the best-paid women workers in the nineteenth-century city.””
“Archivists at the Montana Historical Society found from studying nineteenth-century censuses that black Montanans were not segregated into separate neighborhoods as they were in most of the United States.”
“And no group in world history worked more than industrial workers in the nineteenth-century United States.”
“There were two types of prison in nineteenth-century America.”
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