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Ch. 18.2 The Industrialized Democracies
America Prospers Dollar was world’s strongest currency Headquarters of U.N was in NYC Foreign trade because of destruction
Many Americans prospered Movement to suburbs and the sunbelt Action movies/ Elvis Increase in government programs
Oil shock Early 1970’s political crisis in Middle East Prices increased Recession in 1974
Democracy Expands Opportunities Minorities and women demanded equality Legal segregation Discrimination Truman-desegregated military
1954 Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 1963 “I have a dream” Civil rights movement Laws were changed
Women’s rights movement Under JFK and LBJ, Medicare, housing for poor 1980’s Reagan called for cutbacks on spending
Military spending increased Increased national budget deficit More cuts
Western Europe Rebuilds 40yrs. Of difference in Germany Shot if they tried to cross 1990 German unification W. Germany booming industry
Britain abandoned its colonial empire Recovered in 50’s/60’s Social benefits to citizens Welfare state Pensions and unemployment
Higher taxes Margaret Thatcher led the conservatives in Britain European Coal and Steel Community European Economic Community
Japan Is Transformed Most devastating damage Gen. Douglas MacArthur assumed all of the power from the emperor Parliamentary democracy Education for all Rights to women
Land reform program 1952 U.S. left Trading partners Liberal Democratic Party Democracy in Japan GDP soared Exports
Chapter 18-2 Industrialized Democracies.
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