The West Virginia mine wars had begun in 1920 due to the injustices that the miners had faced for decades. Miniscule wages and dangerous work conditions were only a few of the hardships that the miners had to face. The author of the book Kettle Bottom, Living in a van down Diane Gilliam Fisher, was able to capture these hardships perfectly in her poetry to help shine light on the terrible treatment and the resulting consequences that the miners and their families received during this time. Many of her poems, such as, “Dear Diary,” “Pearlie Tells What Happened at School,” and “Walter and His Mama Talk about Angels,” show the negative impact that growing up during this period of violence and injustice had had on the miners’ children. The 1920s were a time of social injustices, primarily revolving around racial discrimination. With the revival of the Ku Klux Klan only a few short years before, African Americans lived in fear of lynching and other forms of racism during this period. This form of social injustice was widespread and known by all in the United States, but there was another issue during this time that was not as well known.
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Often, children who are raised during a time of injustice don’t always see their misfortune due to the fact that their peers are also experiencing the same hardship and do not know any better. This was the case for young Edith Mae who is the narrator of Fisher’s poem, “Dear Diary.” Edith Mae had lived her life so far in ignorant bliss, not knowing how her This report is written as a reflection to our shareholders and board of directors of the strategy team Baldwin employed and the effectiveness of our decisions. Living in a van down The company will begin by depicting an overview of our final statistics; key strategy and decisions;…show more content… As we look at our leverage over the years, the company objective was to take on as much debt as possible during the first couple years, issuing both long-term debt and equity. However, our leverage remained lower than our main competitor, Digby as shown in figure 2. It is also noted that our competitor began to pay off their debt starting at year 5, which led to large increments in the stock market price while our company fell behind in repaying debt as well as buying back common stock as we began to make profits.
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