[Muller V Oregon A Brief History With Documents Bedford Series in History and Culture] E–pub Ð Nancy Woloch

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  • Muller V Oregon A Brief History With Documents Bedford Series in History and Culture
  • Nancy Woloch
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  • 26 January 2020
  • 9780312085865

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Muller V Oregon A Brief History With Documents Bedford Series in History and Culture Summary È 8 Ns Nancy Woloch examines a moment in which constitutional history women's history and progressive politics converge. Informative and fair

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Muller V Oregon A Brief History With Documents Bedford Series in History and Culture Summary È 8 Ctories and laundries Using lawyers' briefs arguments over single sex protective laws and other major court decisio. I skimmed most of this book and we spent a bit of time going over the information in class but I d like to go back and read it better The whole book focuses on labor laws and the constitutional cases that arise from that Really interesting to watch the progression of labor laws and the shift from pro business to pro labor

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Muller V Oregon A Brief History With Documents Bedford Series in History and Culture Summary È 8 In 1908 the Supreme Court unanimously upheld an Oregon law that set a ten hour limit on the workdays of women in fa. History is messy unclean like a million voices speaking at the same time Public policies have untidy origins entangled histories and unforeseen conseuences One could only try one s best at the moment within the limitation of current social economical political and cultural contexts or web Whatever we do however thoughtful we strive to be the only sure thing is that it cannot be perfect forever We need to constantly adjust public policies according to present social realities and intellectual understandings Law and public policies are also very blunt tools one should use it very carefully and whatever law and public policies missed one would have to compensate it by care and love We try our best and hope then revise and try again Life is a constant struggle for all While talking about intersectionality the missing of race in this book baffled me Maybe it is just race never really mattered in this case but it would be hard to conceive why race is not a factor in women s movement throughout the 20th century The immigrants from China is only mentioned briefly in this book Given what I know about Chinese immigrants as well as European immigrants it would be hard to conceive that such issue does not matter any after WWII History is a mess one could find whatever one would like to find when reading a history book so I am not sure studying history would help without a critical mind