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Lecture 11, 12 . Growth of Populism

Lecture 11, 12 . Growth of Populism - Growth of...

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Growth of Populism (Conservative movement) The Conservative movement did not just grow up in 1945 and 1946. Furthermore, it was  not isolated in the past. In 1930s, many believed that America should not get involved in any  European War. They claimed that America was unique and of its own making. However, post WW2, changed that ideology. Groups of intelligent, opinionates, and  conservative individuals informed the comprehensive world view of what a conservative  understanding of the world and US in particular. Many argue points in favor and against the  establishment of the new deal. The Central Issue during the war period was the growth of two  fascism totalitarian regimes, organized around two ideology, fascism of German and Japan and  Communism of Russia. The two ideology are motivated by an interconnected ideology that  denied democracy and individual rights. Conservative viewers push to emphasize the role of 
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