QUESTION: History of Urban Rebuilds after Natural disasters in the 20th/21st century

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Is there a possibility to be led to documents/articles that gives a history of what local governments did with monies given to them by the federal government nation-wide, or even world-wide after natural or man-made disasters in the 20th and 21st Century? Hopefully this is not that vague of a question.

QUESTION: I am writing a article about how screwed up wall street is

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I am writing an article about how screwed up Wall Street is and I want to start with a comparison to a crash in history, prior to 1929. Which crash most resembles 2008?

The Freedom Trail on Trial: Resources for the Urbano Project

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History Is A Weapon- help them keep Howard Zinn's book up on their site!

The amazing online resource History is as Weapon (and you can find other resources on the reference shelf) is having a problem with the

Radical Southern History Programs


With your focus on radical Southern history, I would recommend contacting Gregg Michel at UT-San Antonio: http://colfa.utsa.edu/HIST/Faculty/michel.html He published a book last year, Struggle for a Better South: The Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1964-1969, and he probably knows the radical Southern history scene.

I doubt there exists an entire program with a focus on radical history. More likely you'll find one or more radical historians in certain programs. I recommend following leads (books, articles in Radical History Review which is published by Duke University) around your topics of interest and finding out where these people teach. I also recommend joining discussion lists such as H-RADHIST and asking your question there.

Hope this helps!

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i added some resources to the reference shelf page history/resistance

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