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US History Unit 3 WAR

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First New Deal1933-1935 Franklin D. Roosevelt's response to the great depression
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation1933 Guaranteed bank deposits
Home Owner Loan Corporation1933 Helps home owners refinance their homes.
Agriculture Adjustment Act1933 Govt. decides to make certain items in scarcity to drive up the price it resulted in a failure and later ruled unconstitutional in 1936.
Nation Recovery ActBusinesses, government, and labor unions work together resulted in failure
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Tennessee Valley Authority1933 effort to build dams leading to an everlasting accomplishment, helping rural citizens successful.
Financial Business benefited fromthe FDIC and HOLC
Rural Population benefited fromthe TVA
Second New Deal1935-1938 Increased relief spending $4.88 Billion
Works Progresses Administration1935 created jobs built schools, hospitals, and jobs for artists.
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Social Security Act1935, plan for old age and insurance
why did they release the 2nd New Dealin response to the comment and criticisms of how slow the New deal was and keeping in mind the reelection.
Progressive Era vs. The New DealBoth case the govt. is more proactive rather then ignoring the problem. Progressive Era focused on social problems while the New Deal handled economic problems.
Chicago Industrial Workedethnic based mutual aid societies, provate banks, and loval grocers provided credit.
Community Financial Support Networkscollapsed during depression, workers now look to employers, govt, for assistance.
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Fraternal organizationmutual aid services to help communities.
Wagner act / National Relation Act1935 the govt guaranteed workers rights, such as collective bargaining and National Labor Relation Board.
Dust Bowlgreat plains experience drought, severe dust storms 1930-1941. Showed negative effects of ignoring social conservation.
Oklahoma net population loss in the 1930's from migration18.4%
agribusinessbrought up land
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Huey LongLouisiana governor 1928-1932, US Senator 1932-1935
Share our Wealth Campaigneach american should have a $5000 household grant. Extreme alternative to the New Deal (1930s)
Charles CoughlinDetroit Catholic Priest, National Union for social justice began in 1934, had a large radio audience, message of hope, use of radio.
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lend-leaseestablish to supply military and other material to allied powers
August 1941FDR, churchill agreed to Atlantic Charter
Atlantic Charterself determination for countries
Dec 7 1941Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, Hi. 23,000+ U.S dead. The cause for U.S Entry.
Kellog-Brind Act1928 national agreement to avoid warfare by agreement pact.
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Good Neighbor Policy1934, U.S tear savoy the Platt amendment.
1931 Manchurian imperialist Japan invades and takes resources, league agrees it is a bad act but does nothing
Italy invades Ethiopia1935 does not stop proletarian shipment trade.
Germany takes Sudetenland1938
appeasementgiving in to what the person wants.
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Axis powersJapan, Italy, Germany
AlliesUK, France, USSR, China, USA. Indirect involvement in the World War II refuse fuel trade from Japan.
1942-1945110,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry interned.
Brenton Woods, NH agreement1944 internatuonal
Monetary Funddevised to promote stability of international currencies.
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June 1945Nations formed to promote peace, human rights, avoidance or war, U.S joins group strengthening it.
Allies are leaders tothe UN security force security council.
Atomic BombU.S dropped the bomb in Japan to the war faster and for revenge for Pearl Harbor.
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Cold War CharacteristicsIdeological conflict between super powers, U.S.A and the U.S.S.R w/o direct military confrontation, military conflict in third country theaters, constant threat of nuclear war, bipolar U.S foreign policy.
Taft-Hartley Act 1947Outlawed closed-shop unions and allowed president to invoke eighty-day cooling off period to avoid strikes that might jeopardize national safety. Undid the prolabor spirit of the Wagnet Act.
Joseph McCarthyU.S federal govt was overtaken by Russan spied he claimed scared the nation. Quick thought many people were suspected of being commies. (communists.)
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Truman DoctrineCommunism must be contained so at to maintain free trade.
Marshall PlanU.S helped rebuild Western Europe w/economic aid. It became the basic of American policy during the cold war. Demonstrated America's commitment to contain communism.
Berlin AirliftSoviets stopped surface traffic into western zones of Germany. U.S responded by airlifting supplies to Berlin (1948-1949) Showed U.S's commitment to contain comminism.
NSC-98U.S built up military to counter soviets in cold war until victorious in superpower conflict.
1950Shapes U.S cold policy for the next forty years. End of the Cold War. National Security Council.
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Korean Conflict(1950-1953) Civil War ended with divided act at 38th parallel approx. 37,000 U.S personnel died.
Guatemala(1953) Arbenz govt. confiscated property of united fruit company. U.S trained exiles in Honduras. overthrew Arbenx in 1954. Arms from communist.
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