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1. "Everybody Seems to Feel Obliged to Acquire a Tan"
Author: Center for History and New Media/American Social History Project
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Subjects: 1945-Early 1970s, Consumer Culture, Medicine, Postwar US, Science, Technology
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2. Third world health care experts visit Boston
Format: video, text-html
Subjects: Health Sciences, Infant Mortality, Massachusetts, Pediatrics, Public Welfare, Science, Social Pathology, Social Science, Social Welfare, Sociology, Technology, Urban Poverty
Date: 1991-04-26T00:00:00.00Z
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3. New faces.
Author: Center for History and New Media/American Social History Project
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Subjects: 1890-1930, Emergence of Modern America, Medicine, Military History, Science, Technology
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4. Politics of Women's Healthcare, The
Format: video, text-html
Subjects: African American Musicians, Arts, Ethnicity, Feminism, Health Sciences, Medicine As a Profession, Music, Performing Artists, Physicians, Science, Social Science, Technology, Women In Medicine, Womens Rights, Womens Studies
Date: 1978-04-14T00:00:00.00Z
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5. "The Poisonous Occupations in Illinois": Physician Alice Hamilton Explores the "Dangerous Trades" at the Turn of the Century
Author: Center for History and New Media/American Social History Project
Format: text-html
Subjects: 1890-1930, Emergence of Modern America, Labor, Labor Movements, Medicine, Science, Technology, Women
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6. Ten O'Clock News broadcast
Format: video, text-html
Subjects: Aeronautical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Airports, Area Studies, Asia, Engineering, Ethnic Communities, History, Humanities, Landing Fields, Massachusetts, Middle East, Public Welfare, Race Relations, Science, Social Pathology, Social Science, Social Welfare, Sociology, Technology, Violence
Date: 1982-03-31T00:00:00.00Z
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7. "I'm Not Afraid of the A-Bomb": An Army Captain Tries to Dispel Fears about Radioactivity
Author: Center for History and New Media/American Social History Project
Format: text-html
Subjects: 1945-Early 1970s, Arts, International Policy, Leisure, Medicine, Military History, Popular Culture, Postwar US, Science, Technology
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8. Rice farming and rural life in Vietnam
Subjects: Agriculture, Asia, Crafts, Science, Social Studies, Women, World Cultures
Date: 1971-08-17T00:00:00.00Z
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9. Upton Sinclair Hits His Readers in the Stomach
Author: Center for History and New Media/American Social History Project
Format: text-html
Subjects: 1890-1930, Emergence of Modern America, Ideas, Ideologies, Labor, Labor Movements, Medicine, Political Parties, Politics, Radicalism, Reform, Science, Technology
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10. Shoemakers in a "ten-footer" shop.
Author: Center for History and New Media/American Social History Project
Format: text-html
Subjects: 1801-1861, Economy, Expansion, Labor, Labor Movements, Medicine, Reform, Science, Technology
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