History 1302 Lecture March 3

History 1302 Lecture March 3 - History 1302 Lecture March...

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History 1302 Lecture March 3, 2010 Political Challenges in the 1930’s 1932 Election political realignment Early Extensions of the Federal Government Roosevelts First New Deal Critics on the right and the left National Association of Manufacturers: Free Enterprise Labor Unions: Industrial Democracy Second New Deal: Building a Welfare State Economic Security New Deal Coalition Rising Power of Labor New Deal Rights vs. Institutionalizing inequalities FDR and new deal transform relationship between the federal government and citizens. New deal coalition empowers the Democratic Party New deal creates new beneficiaries and cements inequalities Labor movement develops, but all workers were not treated as equals
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New deal as a middle road, between “industrial democracy” and “free enterprise” 1932 election FDR called for a series of conservative policies, but at the same time he called for a number of progressive policies His main strategy however, was highlighting Hoover’s flawed policies
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