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History Test 2 Revised syllabus due dates are the same but things are moved down a day or so The New Deal 0 0 New deal had a big lmpact was who you were where you were and what your needs were Just like the Great Depression New Deal had supporters who saw Roosevelt was Jesus and people who were against it thought Roosevelt was Satan reincarnated some felt he was too conservative Ordinary Americans tended to identify the New Deal as having a positive impact on their own lives Carbon Hill AL and after held true for the groups of people who had it worse still saw it as a positive thing African Americans got less out of the New Deal compared to any other ethnic group 1 Government accepts responsibility for at least basic welfare of citizens New Deale 0 rs thought this was the Public works jobs employing artists to paint murals social security in SS they receive a pension to help them live was the most important point in this but Supreme Court overturned a lot of reforms takes the Great Depression to accomplish what the earlier reforms were trying to accomplish US enters WWII in Bene t of the countries long term health not to let citizens fall to a certain level which is why the programs created to aid the unemployed and elderly were created people did not have enough money to buy what was being produced causing a Largest is the dwarfs size of the New Deal Pell Grant modern welfare state that once established continues to grow O including Roosevelt who was a scal conservative you have to keep putting money into the economy no matter what to keep it growing Major departure at the federal level still debate the level of de cit seemed revolutionary important innovation from New Deal have to have it veri ed and connected to assets and worth major federal regulation of the economy Black Tuesday the great stock market crash overgrowth of stocks basically buying air because there is no guarantee the crops will be good when economy slows down it comes crashing down like a house of cards regulates the banking industry up to a certain amount your money is insured mechanism created to address the Never use an institution to store your money that is not FDIC insured in Knoxville TN biggest series of bank failures since the Great Depression Roosevelt closed all the banks in the US and had people go trough the records and only allow the ones that were solvent to reopen most successful New Deal programs Still problems with bank failure but not to the extreme level it was 0 rst time unemployment was offered to help people until they found anotherjob grows even bigger because of WWII 0 Agencies created Bureaucracies Budgets Federal Government the government instead of state governments 0 OOO Relief payments social security Paying into this with social security payments which is why the Roosevelts receive many letters from citizens sharing their expedences o After President Woodrow Wilson there is a line of poor presidents until FDR judicial legislative and executive office sets executive as most powerful FDR I after this an amendment is created to make it so that no president can be elected to 4 terms again 0 FDR sends packages to them and says here are the priorities get it done Creates stronger office than ever before for WWII and the Cold War Democratic Party starts to look more like it does today Party of the confederacy in the 39 to democratic party New Deal is a but the leading party is the Democratic party for these programs Wagner Act will make collective bargaining legal allows workers to have the constitutional right to organize a union to present their problems with their employer Huge accomplishment for organized labor that ultimately creates a new special interest group that joins the democratic party that plays a role as a power broker Industrial Unionism o urban constituency of the New Deal African Americans in north shift to democratic party and former progressive reformers that are attracted the new deal within this party are still white democrats New Deal Coalition diversi es politics Unionization of generates a lot of enthusiasm fewer workers doing more work for less money starts in N Alabama and goes to the rest of the country successful outside of South but is defeated with violence in the South Go on strike in and think FDR wants them to have a union 0 law enforcement is now upholding the right to organize O 0 Federal Government intervenes on the side of labor for the rst time 0 New Deal already built Native Americans millions of acres of land 0 named afterJohn Collier reestablished tribal ownership of land 0 Some selfgovernment A lot of these things are unintended consequences o Unemployment continues when the economy seemed O to get better in Rise and fall FDR was concerned about a federal dependency and pushed for cutbacks that created a new recession Took a left turn to help farmers o WWII ends unemployment well into more concern with the war did not know it would x this problem 0 because they aren39t fought on American Soil aside from Pearl Harbor brings in recession on the OO Cost plus sharing Industries where they are promised pro ts to help provide for the war Suddenly have a market you did not have before 0 taken out of the workforce and put into the armed forces o is a way of preventing all 16 million people immediately returning to the workforce 0 African Americans were 0 had a white group and a black group o A lot of things were closed to African Americans Many groups left out of occupational relief 0 maids and cooks were 0 left out of Social Security 0 Some New Deal programs expand to include them in programs expand and include the agricultural and domestic workers Jul Try to get industries to cooperate and have codes that requires industries to agree on how much they produce minimum wage laws hours worked Often red black workers and hired white workers or reclassi ed skilled jobs as unskilled labor to avoid minimum wage laws 0 Pay farmers to take their land out of production subsidies planters kept it and kicked off tenants and hired them as day laborers Enriched elites and hurt the ones it was aimed to help 0 O was an Programs touched positively millions of lives either directly or indirectly if not everyone have been sustained and expanded by both democratic and republican administrations but because the president was a democrat American Entry into World War II Open trade free market democratic ideology pointed to Germany and Japan as threats to American prosperity and secur y eroded for good by outbreak of Second World War do not return to isolationism up until this point in time 0 Played an active role in managing American responses to lead to US entry into the European War 0 Played a hugeimportant role in the events leading up to and the entry of the US into the war What impact did this have 0 First few months was guring out how to develop New deal and domestic focus Did not want too many obligations to foreign affairs 0 Good amount of belief that foreign entanglements were part of what created the Great Depression German debt to US New deal was not working alone expanding markets for American products increased living standards decreased chances of war because people are less desperate to go to war bred disagreement not O cooperation Leads to war Disagreements caused WWI war is bad for economic health as well as social shared free trade ideology increase living standards for everyone series of national conferences and agreements to maintain international peace Applying used towards China 0 Germany is in their own Great Depression 0 The collapse of liberal government 0 Rise of a fascist state about being an economic bloc in Europe Continual rise of japan as an imperial state Wm and Southwest Asia l leads to a decade of wars 0 Railroad in Manchuria want control for access to Europe and trade 0 Japan was able to industrialize and modernize rapidly o Defeats Russia in the war o things they are not able to produce withing the country largely an is dependent on O O 0 European Trade 0 Threats to neighbors o Eventual invasions Germany throws out parts of the a solution to the Great Depression 0 AntiWestern AntiUS AntiBritish AntiFrench AntiJewish 0000 In 0 Germany was making noise about reclaiming pieces of land territories taken away as a result of WWI because O is the l competitive economic bloc Us trades more with Europe more than any other part of the world arises to trade when Japan and Germany in another war in Europe and Asia played a because they loaned so much money to other countries led Us into disastrous con ict Firmly believed that don t want to enter another war but very strong belief that Germany and Japan should not be in control of most of Europe and Asia How does FDR handle this contradiction that look to precursor to League of Nations is supposed to do something when one land invades another uses chemical weapons League of Nations does not take action against this 0 Early on FDR feels he cant respond the way he would like to because of Public opinion Division of policy in the government in the 23 is isolationists o among policy makers and citizens are isolationists merchants of death in WWI if you mobilize it will grow the size of the scope of government antiNew Deal will cause higher taxes too powerful executive branch argue that we are past the point of isolationists airplane technology means you have to be involved and cannot stay isolated most avid proponents of open trade low tariffs US should collaborate with other countries a lot were CEOs of major corporations like IBM standard oil depended on stable world order dependable predictable and dependent on world trade Expressions of lsolationism Ways to respond to things in Europe while keeping what happened in WWI in mind Act that prohibits arms sales to either side after the president announces a state of belligerency Forbids loans to either side amended in 1937 as events worsen in Europe Hitler s power grows allows belligerents to pay goods that were not arms and had to pay in cash and carry it on your own ships signs bills o FDR requests largest peace time defense budget in Us history to that point 0 Justi ed by saying it would help stimulate economic recovery 0 When war breaks out with Japan and China 0 FDR will not say there is a war between Japan and China but will say that the democratic nations needed to cooperate o Avoiding bringing the neutrality acts to come into place and the US can still aid China 0 Congress appeals the arms embargo o If you pay cash and carry on your own ships you can buy arms from the US 0 To protest Japanese actions in China o The United States is Concerned about China because of interests in Trade Missionaries that have been there for decades l long cultural relationship with China but the Chinese government never particularly liked this relationship Concerned for safety of missionaries and Chinese people 0 German French missionaries in Nankeen One of the most violent invasions during the war 0 Americans and Chinese converts were in harms way End treaty but doesn t want to push Japan to war with the US because we aren t ready for war and Germany is a bigger threat alliance and invades the Soviet Union and as a result the USSR joins the Allies Americans strongly favor aid to Allies strong majority adamantly against US involvement in European War German strategy that shocks Americans with how fasts and comprehensive this is took 6 weeks GB only European power standing alone against Germany Erodes lsolationism sold to GBFrance and in 50 old destroyers loaned to GB If the British keep ghting the US doesn39t have to bombing of Britain bombing of London 0 Sent to congress and passes o o FDR explainedjusti ed it by giving the example that if your neighbors house is burning lend them a hose so the re doesn t spread to your house 0 lendlease extended to USSR against Hitler andJapan Charles Lindbergh smear campaign saying he is a fascist Nazi in hiding Russia becomes a meets with going to war just matters on when decide what we are ghting for Protect selfgovernment of all Freedom of seas Postwar general security system United Nations Fair economic system equal access to world wealth FDR adds 4 things to quot4 Freedomsquot 0 Freedom of Religion 0 Freedom of Speech 0 Freedom from Fear 0 Freedom from Want Cordell Hall was trying to negotiate a settlement in Asia with Japan to avoid a war but nevertheless o Withdraw from lndoChina if US opens oil trade agree 0 Agree to end pact with Hitler agree 0 End war in China will not do this non negotiable Japan invested too much and lost too many people to give up on Manchuria Even though there was a Japanese ambassador in the US Tojo calls for an attack on the US 0 US learned earlier thatJapan was planning an attack and thought it would be on the Philippines Very worried about War because the Great Depression was still going on Military forced FDR to focus on Hitler true when we enter North Africa and Italy increase strength on the paci c Told that Japan would attack but did not know where US paci c Fleet was almost entirely stationed at Pearl Harbor Most PearlHarbor sent to sea leaving 5 ships in the harbor on Washington intercepted a message that was relayed by commercial telegram by the time it reached pearl harbor 3 battleships were destroyed Worst attack on US territory first feeling of relief that indecision was over and crisis would unite all the people Tojo leads effort to attack the US FDR wanted a pretext and 0 Complete defeat of the enemy 0 Does not mean they are at war with Germany 0 bringing the US into a war with Germany Detroit Race Riot The most important thing to understand about the Detroit race riot is The exposure of police brutality and the racial issues No legal recourse for the African Americans in Detroit o In a factory the female African American were promised jobs to work the elevators but had to do the jobs the white men thought were too hard 0 Auto industry job discrimination The movement of racial issues from the south to the north not only in the south now FDR makes it so that hire whoever applied if they met the requirements 6 not well enforced distrust in law enforcement o threatened by increase of competition 0 no recourse for discrimination 6 just like Tulsa Race Riot The most important thing to understand about the impact of WWII on the postwar South is as disruptive and contradictory for made Determined that the politics of growth would prevail over the politics of progressive racial reform The war Georgia and the south They During the war a lot of African Americans went to work in the absence of white male workers due to being part of the war 0 when the war ended the white males who survived veterans people who move into the cities military encampments returned to see that the black people had taken over their jobs with archaic political leadership in the South o Drinkbooze ows freely in Europe legacy in south of having blue states and laws o lifestyle in Europe is a lot freer than what they experience at home People saw things during the war that were much better conditions than where they lived 1943 Detroit is where most cars are made in the US if there is a riot you are not producing tires tanks jeeps which are things that are needed all around the world O O US fighting against each other divided when fighting the rest of the world almost fighting 2 wars one against itself and then WWII uses these events on the homefront against the US thinks of the US was not powerful because we are an immigrant country racially structured ideology Iapanese empire 9 turn everyone into slaves for them because they need other country s resources These empires take this propaganda and uses it against the US the division of the US with Riots almost helped the countries the US was fighting against Virtually every military base in South and Southwest or in the area around the base experienced a race riot during the war Los Angeles Newark El Paso Mobile Beaumont and Detroit Black soldier in the Pacific Asian Theater was in charge of boosting morale army had a lot of psychological tricks to see how the morale was of the soldiers I march of prisoners of war by the Japanese 6 this is the nature of the enemy we are fighting I There were white and black soldiers on this march I The response from the soldiers is very different ask if the Japanese shot white GI s as well as black GIs 9 happens in the as well Not every citizen identified with the war effort because of Jim Crow Need a unified homefront to be successful in the war spending a lot of money telling our soldiers what they are fi htin for fi hting for democracy H started films about why WWII was being fought his impact on WWII Origins of the Cold War Going back into WWI to see how it played a part in the coming about of the Cold War h o What happens in the Grand Alliance that contributes to the Cold War 0 divide or cause to divide into two sharply contrasting groups or sets of opinions or beliefs 0 Roots of Con ict with Russia now goes back to this time o Longest War the US has been engaged in possible that The War on Terror will pass this and become the longest war the US has been engaged in o How to structure thinking of the Cold War SecondFront Controversy Eastern Europe and Yalta 0 US and Great Britain are Allies at the outset of WWII even though the O I Both Germany and the Soviet Union said they would not attack each other in order to split Poland in half I Hitler breaks the pact and the USSR switches to allies with the US and Great Britain brings great distrust the Grand Alliance because they are a communist country USSR lost 45 millions civilians in the war killed about 20 million people they lose another 10 million people Because of the turmoil of 2 World wars and Stalin s regime they have a plays into the way they see events with the Grand Alliance 39was the until because he saw the need of the Allies to have them on their side reassured them that the US was committed to defeating Germany and Japan and that they were in it for the long haul FDR was one of the few leaders in the west who got alon with Stalin 9 looking toward the postwar world they are o Chance to carve a new future between the Soviets and the Capitalist Powers of the West 0 Great Britain was the only country fighting against Germany in Eastern Europe 0 the rest of the world is an opportunity to bring the rest of the world on their side 0 Us vs Them you re either with us or with them 0 you see states in the world try to carve a path Countries like India who works with both sides when they can itwasa worldwide con ict that involved every major power in the world created the balance of ower that built the framework for the Cold War because different countries wanted different things out of the war it made unifying for the war difficult Secondfront controversy Eastern Europe Con icting view of the war effort plants what will bloom into the Cold War WWII ushes the US to cold war ends it pose a threat that becomes an existential threat threat to our very existence capable of eradication always debate of how we should be involved in other issues of the world Liberal to conservative spectrum during cold war that militarily we have to be involved in the world How the Grand Alliance contributed to the Cold War premised on the opening of a SecondFront o I opening of the SecondFront 9 2 years after it was promised 0 Well into WWII and the Soviets fighting virtually alone against the Germans o A secondfront will draw German troops away from the German front and relive soviets of the because of the delay of the promised secondfront the Soviets were suspicious and unsure of their decision to enter the Grand Alliance England has its hand full with don t invade Russia unless you can get in and out before winter 0 I Stalin believed FDR and Churchill when they say they will open a second front to split Germany and relive some pressure on the Soviet Union I The US is don t want to enter too early and expend resources uselessly afraid US will expend their resources and wont be able to help the British I Start in Northern Africa and come up the Italian Peninsula and taking Mussolini out and then taking time to move up and then open the second front 6 This plan takes a long time around 2 years to move up to German borders then they open the SecondFront in o FDR promised Stalin they would open the second front in horrific siege in Southern Europe led by Nazi Germany I Stalin wonders when they second front will open like he promised in worried that US and Great Britain are sitting back to let the Nazis and USSR fight each other and become weak so they can come in and take over 0 murdering the Socialists through a series of political assassinations o Fascism and Communism are natural enemies o conditions got so bad that the Soviets had to resort to cannibalism in Stalingrad which allows them to survive it and start to push the Nazis out on their own I whoever got to Berlin first would hold the because they were who would actually defeat the Germans and Japanese I Pushes FDR and Churchill to open the second front launched in in because we waited so long it cost a big percentage of the Soviets population I Eastern Europe gets it from both sides Germany Russia Russia Germany 0 Stalin was upset because he was promised a second front in but did not receive it for two years 0 Race between the Grand Alliance to get to Berlin poses a threat to the US and Great Britain because if USSR got to Berlin first they would be in charge of the post war settlement fear of the US and Great Britain did not want Soviet s to get there before they did did not want Soviets to have the advantage of the Nazis German Surrender but they did anyway major German offensive campaign on the Western Front in Hitler put all of his resources into one last effort to stop the invasion of Germany coming from in winter there s a lot of snow USSR get within 50 miles while the US is stuck 250 miles out Whether we like it or not the 0 US stops and lets the USSR take the surrender which results in both countries occupying Berlin Great Britain US USSR France I France gets a zone even thou h the collaborated with Hitler during the war but a wall was built to divide the city into two zones 9 East and West Berlin Looking ahead What is the post war settlement going to be 9 basically 2 wars going on 0 War in pacific and war in Europe I US thinking of Soviets in regards to the pacific war and help end the Pacific War as fast as possible I US gets this in return for letting the Soviets take the surrender of Berlin and Nazi Germany from Bulgaria all the way up to Finland Stalin is concerned because there is o Soviet Union invaded 3 times from that side twice in the 20th century o Stalin wants a buffer and a way to exert control on these western states puppet Regimes of the Soviet Union cant get to Russia without going through them first harder than expected fighting against the Japanese very well reinforced o a crucial and decisive naval battle in the Pacific Theater of World War II largest amphibious assault of the pacific war has a whole government in exile during the war that are very anticommunist No one power would alone dictate the terms of peace in Europe 0 Will all have to cooperate and work together em I US had been pressuring the British to I Believed they contributed to the outbreak of two World Wars 0 an unrestricted market with free access by and competition of buyers and sellers o the process by which a country determines its own statehood and forms its own allegiances and overnment US would throw Great Britain under the bus to get cooperation 0 saw colonies as ways to rebuild after WWII and don t want to give them up Plays into France and its o Churchill cuts a secret deal with Stalin I Soviet Union should have 90 percent in uence in Romania and 75 percent in Bulgaria I Great Britain should have 90 percent in Greece I They should have 50 percent each in Hungary and Yugoslavia I Revised to where the percentages of Soviet in uence in Bulgaria and more significantly Hungary were amended to 80 percent clear that Hitler will lose countries come in with different understandings I want Soviet power in Poland curved and want protection for the British Empire and its possessions USSR GB US aims for the postwar settlement would create con ict 0 O Particularly Poland Until war is over small countries in Eastern Europe have no say in what happens and are occupied by the If they did say anything it would require that particular country and the US and Great Britain going to war with the Soviets O O O O O O O A place for France in the postwar occupation of Germany Curb on Soviet power in Poland Protection for the vulnerable British Empire Secure western border reparations Possessions in Asia Manchuria In uence in Poland in uence means something different to the Soviets than the rest of the world 0 O O 0 Creation of Soviet Declaration of war against Japan Recognition of Gina and Chiang as great power do not want another communist state Post war cooperation see textbook for more detail USSR Soviets agree to some limitations on their power in Poland Free Elections to determine its government to recognize national self determination Soviets agree to declare war on Japan see textbook for more detail what did free unfettered elections held sometime in the future really mean 0 US figured it would be within the next few years but Soviet s did not have the same way of thinking o FDR suddenly dies in Warm Springs Georgia on before war is over leaving Vice President Truman in charge and the one to carry out what FDR had started 0 Truman not privy to FDR s thoughts or Views on history with the soviets or Stalin o with anything have to do with negotiations Understanding the Cold War Next week impact of development of atomic weapons and based on Hollitz and the impact of the war through Hollywood and some civil rights what happens at home in the cold war Ideology security and perception are the building blocks of the Cold War for the US Containment policy is the cement of the Cold War for the US Us will be involved in the world like never before 0 Military engagements trade culture Starts in Europe but expands to Textbook covers specifics of con ict A way to pull together what happens in the next few decades 0 I Both Stalin and the US held the belief that both could not coexist and the world was divided into 2 sides world bad imperialistcapitalist regimes vs good communist progressive regimes I world bad communist imperialist dictator vs good democratic free world provide a structure of our worldview and how they saw the Soviets they looked at the world through many Americans who view the Civil Right s Movement as communist in some ways the Soviets feel the same way monolithic no difference in communism in Russia later in China and later in Cuba 0 This means that as communism develops differently in each state and might sound very similar it in practice in the US mind wherever communism appeared in the world the Soviets were behind it o A nationalist insurgency in Africa that had a Marxist ideology that condemned imperialists and the soviets were somehow involved nowhere it cannot go even in the US 0 there is a communist international organization to which communist states belong lead by Stalin and the Soviets 9 after WWII there is a time of decolonization wherever communism goes American trade cannot 80 O huge impediment to Free World Trade fundamental to US economic health 0 Now we know that is not true because our learned a lot about how this works but at the time believed it was a strong threat to the US a lot of evidence to support this 0 Soviet Constitution would be remarkably similar to one from a Western Country states that become communist often have a very repressive history 0 Russia was under the rule of the China had a repressive history as well communism is o A lot of Americans were enamored with the Bolshevik Revolution and went to Russia after WWI to see where it all took place and become 0 During the r there is the who tries to force industrialization and creates a genocide in the Ukraine Americans report this back to the US shapes the perception that communism cant be practiced in any other way that forced obedience from its members couldn t imagine communism being practiced in any other way that it was in Russia 0 Either capitalism or communism would have to go they both could not exist 0 Saw soviet union s antireligious policies and part of Marxism that saw Christianity as a way the West controlled others o Smuggled out book about the prison camps in the Soviet Union in Siberia adds to view of communism being evil Us or them if you are not with us you are automatically with them 0 No room for neutrals O because it will ultimately will mean that the place of con ict will either be with them or with us 0 Every con ict in Africa has US involvement in some way same with the Soviets Not challenged until and the Vietnam War the late 0 Americans refer to the WWII as the Good War brings it out of depression saves economy and makes US closer to becoming a middle class society 0 while US only has to deal with the loss of the soldiers who fought 0 End the Pacific war with nothing shakes these convictions until we lose the Vietnam War I shape how we understand the events of the cold war I Soviets are the first to put something into space US response is to put a ton of money towards research to outdo the Soviets and ultimately win have to have enough support at home unified homefront for this to be successful 0 I Security as important as ideology to Soviets I Context of past invasions from the West I Stalin was driven by the need for security to make sure they could not be invaded by the west again especially through Germany physical destruction of the war Germans reeked havoc when they invaded only communist state until 1949 when China becomes a communist state are the Soviet s main priorities set up puppet leaders in other states from Finland to Bulgaria was ProSoviet O h the Soviets were lending economic aid to a country so they could bring them into their sphere of in uence and vise versa I Each perceives in other s actions as a threat to own interests security move and countermove one was located in the Soviets met this with the Berlin Blockade and US responded with Truman s Airlift to bring supplies to people who were stuck in the blockade eventually solved by the building of the Berlin wall Soviets put missiles aimed at the US in as a countermove to the US putting Missiles in pointed at the Soviets closest we come to war of nuclear weapons with the Soviets just interpreting the actions and not communicating with other countries Breeds a lot of hostility o Emerges as 1 of 4 possible choice of how to respond the soviets in the o because the American troops were so tired of being overseas some end up in China and Germany fairly fresh troops that didn t see combat during the war I Would have had to start WWIII to push back the Soviets 0 As soon as the nuclear weapons are detonated in Japan it is questioned if it should have been done 0 main thing driving soviet fear is the use of nuclear weapons by the US in Japan I some people want to share nuclear information so everyone has access to it not chosen overtime it becomes more of a viable option I In the there are so many bombs created that it puts human existence in danger now the goal is to contain them and keep them only in Eastern Europe civil war that the US interprets as soviet expansionism and as a result Truman goes to congress I Becomes our expression of containment policy I Each president to follow will adjust it to apply to what they are doing I Obligates us to meet any evidence of soviet expansionism and to meet it and fight against it o It must be the policy of the US to support the free peoples who are resisting attempted subjugation by armed minorities or outside pressuresquot 0 US cannot return to isolationism because of the development of Nuclear Warfare thwart any attempt to expand leads us into the Korean and Vietnam Wars rebuild develop support 0 Send millions of dollars to different countries and have many programs to lead the countries away from poverty born in the US as a result of the cold war take American Values to other countries US spends millions to rebuild Germany after WWII isolate the Soviets O coalition fighting in middle east now countered by the Warsaw Pact by the Soviets Soviet s version of NATO military aid economic aid developing alliances 0 Vietnam and Korean Wars 0 Looking for ways to overthrow the Soviets periods where it is not as hostile there is a consistent containment policy have different ways they do it but it is fundamentally the same 0 to try to contain the soviets
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