HIS 112 1020 - to create with the crash of a bomb. Four...

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HIS 112 10.20.10
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Essay 1 returned in discussion sections this week Exam 2 returned week after next
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Declaration of War
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How does the New Deal relate to WWII? The “Four Freedoms” speech: FDR ties American domestic programs of the New Deal to American diplomatic agenda of WWII Reaction to the rising power of Japan, Germany, Italy
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The Four Freedoms speech 1. Freedom of speech and expression 2. Freedom of worship 3. Freedom from want 4. Freedom from fear
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The Four Freedoms speech [The Four Freedoms are] “a definite basis for a kind of world attainable in our own time and generation. That kind of world is the very antithesis of the so-called new order of tyranny which the dictators seek
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Unformatted text preview: to create with the crash of a bomb. Four Freedoms speech= Inauguration Day, Jan. 1941 When attack on Pearl Harbor happened in Dec, US had already laid out their agenda. Women in wartime plants Propaganda, media, public sentiment persuaded women it would be ok to take on unladylike jobs Motives included better pay, helping the war effort, solidarity with soldiers War plants equipment and goods for the military Technical, moderately physically demanding tasks Segregated work in war plants Making War Work Feminine Internment camps response to racial fear, wartime hysteria Working in the camps...
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HIS 112 1020 - to create with the crash of a bomb. Four...

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