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3/29/16 HIS 202-003

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These notes conclude the discussion of "The New Deal" as well as move on to the beginning of our class study on World War Two.
Dr. Chad Gregory
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WW2, TCTC, New Deal, notes
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Date Created: 03/29/16
History Notes 3/29/16 1936 Election F. Second New Deal 1. Social Security Act a Pensions for the retired b Unemployment Insurance - Paid for by your employer and deductions from your paycheck  Predicted that social security will run out in the future 2. Wagner Act a)Right to Unionize  If you wanted to start a union, the company would send their guys a beat you up.  The Wagner Act gives those workers the right to unionize. b)Employer  The Employer has to negotiate with whatever union the workers pick. 3. The Fair Labor Standards Act (Late 1930’s)  Minimum Wage (40 cents an hour at the time)  Ends Child Labor  There was exception that if they limited their hours a week and had the agreement from their parents if they were older, however it stopped the five and six year-olds working etc.  Waiters if they don’t make enough to equal minimum wage, given they have a less hourly wage because they make it off tips they employer owes them the different. This law still stands. G. Trouble for FDR 1. The Court Packing Plan - Supreme Court ruled 11 New Deal Programs Unconstitutional  Roosevelt saw that as a threat to his entire plan.  Proposed to add a new justice for anyone 70 years old or older or has been sitting on the bench to 10 or more years in the Supreme Court.  Wanted to get younger people people to handle all the paperwork form the new deal, that favor the New Deal so that if any New Deal case come to the supreme court will survive scrutiny.  First time in years it gives the Republicans ammunition towards FDR.  The Court Packing Plan does not go through congress however, his intent in accomplished of them favoring 2 the New Deal. One retired, one died and the other two favored the New Deal. 2. Recession (1937)  FDR became a conservative and cut back on government spending  Odd to have a recession inside of a depression.  Unemployment increased from it’s previous lower rate many think its due to FDR cutting back. - Jon Maynard Keynes - Bad Government Spending - Economy is too good = raise interest rates. H. Final Evaluation 1. The New Deal did not end the depression - It helped but did not end it! 2. Private Property - Still Private after the New Deal - The government did not own private business in the 1930’s just regulated them, not socialism. 3. Capitalism Dolomitized – - Either Do Nothing when the economy bust - Or when the economy bust the Federal Government intervenes like the New Deal. 3 - 18% Unemployment during the end of the New Deal - WW2 got us out of the Great Depression, with us a ton of government money. - The U.S spend every Federal dollar from George Washington to 1940 and multiplied it by two was spent in four years on WW2. - Increasing the National Debts. 4 3/29/16 WW2 World War Two A. Euro Asian Aggression 1. 1931: Japan Invaded - Manchuria - False Flag Incident, had Japanese guys dress in Chinese outfits and attack the Japanese railroad given them the right invade. - The League of Nations protested the Japanese but has no power to enforce that they cannot invade China. 2. 1933: Adolf Hitler – Germany - Chancellor of Germany - Nazi party did a False Flag incident of there own burning down a news post and blaming it on the Communist. - Hitler used this to rise to power making the Nazi Party the only party allowed in Germany. 3. 1935: Benito Mussolini – Italy - Italy attacks Ethiopian and takes it over. 4. 1936: Germany invaded the Rhineland - Technically a part of Germany but after WW1 created the Rhineland as a buffer zone to keep France and Germany off each others borders. - Hitler seizes it back. - France and Great Britain protested this take back as the Rhineland but did nothing. 5. 1937: Japan - Continued its attack on China. - The most brutal being “The Rape of Nanking” - Used live Chinese men as bayonet practice - Raped Chinese women and dis - bowelled them. 6. 1938: Germany annexes Austria - Germany took over Austria 7. Sudetenland 2 - Hitler uses this as an excuse because it’s got 30,000 German’s living there they deserve to be a part of Germany, therefore taking it over. Munich: Conference between Germany, France and Britain and Hitler got what he wants calling it “Appeasement”. - Hitler said his territorial endeavors were done, and they believed him. However, he was lying. 8. 1939 - Hitler takes the rest of Czechoslovakia - Italy takes over Albania 9. 1939: Soviet Union and Germany sign a pact that if any of them go to war that the other one will stay out of it. - Hitler is trying to avoid a two-front war. - Germany and Soviet Union secretly decided to take over divide Poland. B.Back in The United States - Neutrality Laws - Keeping the U.S out of war. - Could not ship weapons to those in war. 3 - Stay off war zones even in water 2. Cash and Carry - The U.S still wanted to trade - If European countries wanted to trade they had to use their own ship and cross the Atlantic unload or load it into their ship after paying cash and take it back with them. - Making it so U.S ships don’t cross German submarines. C.Back in Europe 1. September 1939: Germany Invades Poland - The official start of WW2 - Did a False Flag on Poland and attacked a radio station. - Used a tactic called a “Blitzkreig” which means “Lightning Attack”. - First phase Overhead using dive bombers - Second phases tanks rolled in and blew the rest up - Third was mobile vehicles coming in to finish it off. 4 - The “killing squad” Nazi soldiers who killed intellectuals, Priest, Teachers, etc. because they were high standing the most likely to lead a resistance by cutting their throats. 2. Spring of 1940 - Hitler’s Back - Invades Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, Norway, and Luxemburg. - Hitler wanted to invade Switzerland but he never did because they’re neutral which they have been for the last five hundred years. 3. Summer 1940: Hitler invades France rather easily. 5


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