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ISBN:0890934991
Author: Randolph H. Boehm,Danc Heldman
ISBN13: 978-0890934999
Title: Public Employees, Unions, and the Erosion of Civic Trust: A Study of San Francisco in the 1970's
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Language: English
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Publisher: Univ Pubns of Amer (January 1, 1983)

Public Employees, Unions, and the Erosion of Civic Trust: A Study of San Francisco in the 1970's by Randolph H. Boehm,Danc Heldman



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San Francisco in the 1970s was a global hub of culture. It was known worldwide for hippies and radicals. The city was heavily affected by drugs, prostitution and crime. Outcasts and the socially marginalized were attracted by a greater tolerance and acceptance of diverse cultures in the city. It grew as one of world's biggest centres for the LGBT community and LGBT rights.

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Meanwhile San Francisco suffered an outbreak of bubonic plague in the years between 1900 and 1904. It killed 113 people. San Francisco suffered an outbreak of bubonic plague between 1907 and 1909. This time 190 people died. Many grand new buildings were erected in the early 20th century. In May 1934 longshoremen in San Francisco went on strike. On 5 July 1934 known as Bloody Thursday, fighting began between police and strikers. Two of the strikers, Nick Bordoise and Howard Sperry were killed. A military prison was built on Alcatraz Island in 1912. In 1934 it was made into a civilian prison for 'incorrigible' prisoners.

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San Francisco hosts a world-class business community and a major commercial, and financial centre of Northern California, especially with famous high technology companies that have local offices. The city is also a great place for start-up companies, where ambitious graduates can realise their fresh, world-changing ideas. Universities in San Francisco have some of the greatest numbers of international student enrolments in the United States.

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