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... Territory as slave states. As a result, Bloody Kansas occurred, where slavery supporters from Missouri crossed into Kansas and voted, thus angering the abolitionists in Kansas. The Kansas-Nebraska Act repealed the Missouri Compromise and allowed the expansion of slavery. Douglas's greed for the railroad ultimately permitted the expansion of slavery above the 36' 30' ...
... and we started a conversation. She earned $3.50 an hour plus tips. How can that be, I asked, isn't the minimum over $7.00. That's right she said. If my tips and pay don't add up to $7.50, the owner must make up the pay to that amount. She saw the surprise in my face and asked how much she would earn in Australia doing the same work. Because it is a Sunday, I told her, it would be a little over $40 an hour plus 12% additional paid into superannuation. I could tell from ...
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... and the
campus is even quite hilly. I suspect it might have been graduation weekend
because downtown was really hopping with lots of clean-cut college age students
and their middle-aged families.
I wandered about campus a little, as I often like to do at
universities, despite the fact that it’s very depressing because it makes me
feel so old. The University of Kansas has a beautiful campus with attractive
unusual to think of Kansas as a place of de jure rather than just de facto
segregation, but the state did have separate schools for its small Black
population before 1954.
One of the things I learned that I found interesting was
that targeting Kansas was part of a broader Civil Rights strategy. Although
Kansas had segregation, the “separate but equal” in Kansas was not as unequal
as in most ...