War at Home and Abroad

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The War at Home and  Abroad
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Roosevelt Corollary “speak softly and  carry a big stick” strong American  nationalism =  economic expansion strong American  nationalism =  political power strong American  nationalism  =  military might
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Wilson’s Progressive  Democracy Wilson’s Burden great economic benefits for  all through international  expansion great political power for all  through international  expansion great moral progress by all  through international  expansion
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Factors Working Against  American Neutrality Demographics: U.S. population includes large  number of immigrants with ties to both sides  of the European conflict Propaganda: U.S. bombarded with  propaganda from both sides of the European  conflict Economics: U.S. investment in Europe is  heavy German Actions
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Mobilizing for War Organizing the  Economy War Industries Board Liberty Bonds The Business of  War “corporatism” Labor and the War Samuel Gompers  and the AFL
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course HIST 152 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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