HIEA114-5B

HIEA114-5B - -What is most important about the policies of...

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HIEA114 [WEEK5B] / May 1, 2008 Economic Development I. War Framework A. Korean War 1. Gift of the Gods 2. Special Procurements II. Government Policies A. MIT B. Administrative Guidance Limitations C. Economies of Scale D. Cheap Capital E. Tax Policies F. Utilization of Underemployed 1. Sewing Machines III. Growth A. Growth Rates B. Demographic Transformation 1. Changing Workforce 2. Changing Consumption C. Nixon Shocks IV. Complications A. Pollution B. Dual Economy 1. Gendered Labor (prewar/postwar) 2. Wage Structure C. Trade Friction 1. Transistor Radios 2. Televisions Midterm notes: - What is the relationship between Potsdam reverse-course? Is there one? - Is the reverse course a reverse course?
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Unformatted text preview: -What is most important about the policies of the 7-year period?-How specifically does that relationship or non-relationship relate? Cold War and Peace I. Hot Spots A. Vietnam 1. Declaration of Independence B. Fall of China C. Red Scare D. NSC-68 (Aptil 14, 1950) E. Korean War (June 25, 1950) II. Japanese (Yokushidas) Position A. Independence 1. US Military Bases 2. National Police Reserve II. San Francisco Conference A. Peace Treaty B. Other Peace Treaties 1. India 2. Republic of China 3. Peoples Republic of China III. Security Pact IV. American Lake...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2008 for the course HIEA 114 taught by Professor Tanaka during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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