3 edition of Estimates of wartime and postwar employment in California. found in the catalog.
Estimates of wartime and postwar employment in California.
California. State Reconstruction and Reemployment Commission.
Written in English
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WARTIME POPULATION CHANGES IN THE UNITED STATES C onrad T aeuber1 W HILE fighting the costliest war in history, the United States increased its population more rapidly than in prewar years. There was no active program for pro moting this population growth, and no basis in past experience for expecting it to occur. Friends in war, enemies in peace: This pamphlet from the U.S. government reminded military personnel that the Soviets were part of America's wartime : Maj. Danny Sjursen.
The initiatives of states like California and New York and such cities as Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, and Seattle to freeze evictions and postpone Author: Nicholas Mulder. War and the American Economy. book on Oakland and the East Bay area in World War II, argument was that the wages paid to soldiers had been eroded by the wartime and postwar. : Hugh Rockoff.
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The wartime economy reversed itself with the end of the war, and the country experienced a small depression with high unemployment.
Employment in California had grown from million in to a high of million in It then declined to a little over 3 million by InCalifornia had an unemployment rate of % compared to a. Second Report On Postwar Employment In California.
Paperback – by no Estimates of wartime and postwar employment in California. book noted. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Author: no author noted. Military Agency Records. Researchers may find useful Henry Stimson, On Active Service in Peace and War (New York: Harper, ); William D.
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The labor force residuum is minus nondefense employment. Source: Computed from data in U.S. Dept. of Defense, National Defense Budget Estimates, p. To see more clearly what happened to the labor force, one can examine the.
Welcome to Cambridge Core. eventual employment among married women (Goldin ). These figures indicate that a majority of the jobs offered during the war period disappeared at its conclusion, and, consequently, that the women that participated in the labor force during the war years only constituted a small percentage of the late postwar employment.
published book made by economist John Kenneth Galbraith, in which he claimed that the nation's postwar prosperity was a new phenomenon. He suggested that where as past societies had an "economy of scarcity " with limited economic productivity, the United.
James B. Atleson, Labor and the Wartime State: Labor Relations and Law during World War II (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press ) JAMES ATLESON HAS a keen eye for continuities. Government regulation of war-time industrial relations, he argues, was not a temporary detour in the larger trajectory of New Deal industrial relations.
Wartime Employment, Production, and Conditions of Work in Shipyards: Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, No. by Albert A. Belman, Edna Fleckenstein, Edward Marsh Gordon, Eleanor Virginia Kennedy, United States.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. An intelligence veteran of the wartime Foreign Economics Administration, Pettee concentrated almost entirely on the industrial and socioeconomic elements of national power.
21 To cope with the complexities and dangers of a world arena shaped by industrialization, Pettee called for a postwar intelligence organization with far more emphasis on. 94 Historian jobs available in California on Apply to Historian, Medical Historian, Human Resources Specialist and more.
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Wartime and postwar political developments created sufficient regime certainty for the postwar market system to generate genuine prosperity. “At the end ofless than a year and a half after VJ-day, more than 10 million demobilized veterans and other millions of wartime workers have found employment in the swiftest and most gigantic.
"California and the Postwar Suburban Home" was curated and written by Jennifer A. Watts, Curator of Photography and Visual Culture at the Huntington Library Photo Archives, in collaboration with staff at the University of California in Notes. In the chapters that follow the footnotes are, for the most part, of the traditional sort: that is, they comment on the text rather than identify a source.
To avoid adding to what is already a very long book addressed to a general readership, a full apparatus of references is not provided here.
The first burst of publicity, the Trohan series about the threats to Americans posed by Donovan’s plan for a postwar super-spy agency, had cast it in a bad light at a time when the emphasis was on forthcoming demobilization and the reduction of the expanded and costly wartime governmental bureaucracy.
Publications of the Division of mines: p.c5-c Economic mineral resources and production of California. A survey with reference to postwar employmentPages: Timeline. - Brown of Education outlaws segregated schools. President Eisenhower is later forced to deploy the st Airborne Division to enforce the decision.; - The Montgomery Bus Boycott unleashes a wave of civil rights protests across the United States.; - "The Pill" is approved by the FDA on June It usage will become legal in every state with the Eisenstadt v.
(1) of Table 2 as given and estimates what the nonwhitelwhite employment ratio in each city's defense-related industries would have been in if the caseload variables are all set to zero.
In the absence of FEPC intervention (and sup- posing that the level of white employment in each city in would have been at its actual level), the. In the works of three postwar California writers in particular—Ray Bradbury (s and s), Robert Heinlein (s and s), and Philip K.
Dick (s and s)—we can watch the rapid development of dams, aqueducts, interstate highways systems, suburban sprawl, and their consequences as they are digested in the speculative cultural. THE WAR ON CALIFORNIA conveys, in clear and engaging prose, the remarkable political work of numerous groups and individuals fighting for clean air, safe water, good health care, and other public goods against industries that pollute, poison, and harm those same necessities/5(8).Women in the Workforce With so many American men involved in the war abroad, there was an extreme shortage of workers at home.
For the first time, women entered the workforce in large numbers, learning to do industrial jobs that previously had been done by men.