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Debate Reflection. Based on the debate and what we have discussed in class, write a 2 paragraph reflection on your personal view of Universal Healthcare. Consider these things: Did the arguments in the debate change your opinion?

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debate reflection
Debate Reflection

Based on the debate and what we have discussed in class, write a 2 paragraph reflection on your personal view of Universal Healthcare.

Consider these things:

  • Did the arguments in the debate change your opinion?
  • Did your own research strengthen or change your original opinion of Universal Healthcare?
  • Add in what we have learned from economics: Supply, Demand, Government Regulations, Rationing, & society’s attempt for equity over efficiency (minimum wage, price ceilings)
chapter 8 section 1

Chapter 8 Section 1

The Labor Movement

early union development
Early Union Development

Colonial Times to the Civil War:

  • Most workers were farmers or small business owners
  • When immigrants came, some workers banned together for higher pay
  • Unionists were considered troublemakers
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Early Union Development

Civil War to the 1930s:

  • The war led to inflation and a shortage of workers
  • More people worked in factories as farms declined
  • Unions became more unified
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Early Union Development

Types of Unions:

  • Trade Union – workers who have special skills (shoemakers, carpenters)
  • Industrial Union – workers who work in a factory
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Early Union Development
  • During the Great Depression, ¼ of workers were unemployed
  • Common problems renewed efforts to create unions
labor since world war ii
Labor Since World War II
  • After the war, people began to feel negatively towards Unionists
      • 116 million workdays were lost due to frequent strikes
  • Right to Work – a state law making it illegal to force workers to join a union as a condition of employment