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Assignment -Different Approaches to Diversity Issues (1865-1925)



Explores two different approaches to diversity during the 60-year period after the Civil War (1865 to 1925). The

dynamic between the two approaches will have a profound impact on our history then and now.

As you prepare and brainstorm ideas for your paper, first read and
review what our Schultz textbook covers on the subject. Then, consider
the other sources listed with each topic below.

TOPIC CHOICE ONE: Empowering African Americans – Two Strategies

Here you will focus on the approaches of Booker T. Washington and W.
E. B. Du Bois. Other noted names and certainly different organizations
will become part of your inquiry. Washington’s famous 1895 “Atlanta
Compromise” speech (labeled such later by critics) sets the tone. One
might find virtues, problems and successes associated with both
strategies. You might see elements of each in strategies of later
leaders and related issues even today.

Sources: Schultz, p. 340-2, 400-1, 404-5. See; and see

This assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

  • Be typed, double spaced between lines, using Times New Roman font,
    Calibri, Arial, or Courier (size 10, 11, or 12), with one-inch margins
    on all sides; citations and sources must follow SWS format. You must
    have a Sources list at the end; each source listed must also be cited in
    the body of the paper with an in-text citation.
  • The body of the paper should be five paragraphs and a total of
    500-to-800 words in length. The 500 minimum is firm; you really have not
    adequately developed the paper if less than that. The 800 maximum is a
    loose guideline. The body of the paper is to be double-spaced.
    Typically, if you follow these instructions, the body of your paper will
    be 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 pages in length; add a page for your title page and
    another for your sources list and that then gets to 4-1/2-to 5-1/2. But
    the length requirement is evaluated by word count.



Various reform groups with various causes developed in the US in the

late 1800s and early 1900s; these are loosely called “Progressives” as

they aimed to use government policies or science to improve and advance

society. Also, this period was a time when the US started as a major

player in international conflicts—first in the “Spanish American War and

then in World War I. There were deep isolationist sentiments about such

overseas entanglements, and President Wilson first has one position and

then the other.

Choose and discuss (in a full paragraph or two) one of the following two topics related to the late 1800s and early 1900s.

  1. In the Progressive Era (roughly 1890–1920), multiple groups
    advocated for reforms in various aspects of government, society, and the
    economy. Discuss here the “muckrakers” and Taylor’s “scientific

    • Explain briefly the approach and aim of the “muckrakers” and that of F. W. Taylor.
    • Compare their approaches and describe your feelings about them,
      and relate some modern situation that reminds you of one of these
      approaches and reform causes.
    • Identify the source(s) where you read about the reform cause.………


After the end of World War I, overall economic growth exploded in the
US in the early 1920s, but then there was a severe economic breakdown
with the Great Depression of 1929-1939.

Choose and discuss (in a full paragraph or two) one of the following two topics related to the 1920s and1930s.

  1. The Great Depression (1929-1939) was one of the most
    devastating economic downturns that America has ever experienced.
    Determine whether you believe that the federal responses to the Great
    Depression by President Franklin Roosevelt encouraged real economic
    growth and confidence or whether the arguments by critics of the day
    were accurate that it made the Depression last longer.

    • Identify your position and support it with at least two specific examples of New Deal responses.
    • Provide a rationale for your response.
    • From this historical experience, identify any lessons for today
      for handling or avoiding severe economic downturns in the U.S. economy.
    • Identify the source(s) where you read about the New Deal responses.………



Based on the case study Age Discrimination in a Promotion (Pg. 87 – Pg.
88), identify three (3) considerations that the Best Protection
Insurance Company (BPIC) could include in the promotional process that
it utilized to avoid future legal issues. Provide support for your


  • Suggest two (2) staffing strategies that organizations can
    utilize to maintain sustainability and minimize the impact of a
    significant percentage of the workforce approaching retirement age.
    Support your rationale with specific examples of such strategies.

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