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1 The 1930s Part II: From “The Second New Deal” to the Coming of the Second World War

2 The Second New Deal Note: The “Second New Deal” is considered to be a part of the New Deal as a whole.

3 Why a Second New Deal? The first one was not working. Roosevelt was under fire from critics on the left who claimed his New Deal had not gone far enough.

4 Charles Coughlin

5 Francis E. Townsend and the Townsend Plan

6 Huey P. “Kingfish” Long and the “Share Our Wealth” Plan

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9 Why a Second New Deal? The first one was not working. Roosevelt was under fire from critics on the left who claimed his New Deal had not gone far enough. The Supreme Court had declared many features of the early New Deal to be unconstitutional.

10 The Supreme Court and the New Deal

11 Why a Second New Deal? The first one was not working. Roosevelt was under fire from critics on the left who claimed his New Deal had not gone far enough. The Supreme Court had declared many feature of the early New Deal to be unconstitutional. Roosevelt himself was eager to go farther.

12 Social Security: The Centerpiece of the “Second New Deal” Was never based on investment. Benefits were paid out as soon as funds came in. Is a “pyramid scheme” or “ponzi scheme.” In every pyramid scheme a large number of people wind up paying but never receiving.

13 The Coming of the Second World War Four aggressive, totalitarian regimes threatened peace and freedom: Fascist Italy

14 Fascist Italy Benito Mussoli

15 The Coming of the Second World War Four aggressive, totalitarian regimes threatened peace and freedom: Fascist Italy National Socialist Germany

16 National Socialist Germany Adolf Hitler

17 The Coming of the Second World War Four aggressive, totalitarian regimes threatened peace and freedom: Fascist Italy National Socialist Germany Racist/Nationalist Imperial Japan

18 Imperial Japan Hideki Tojo

19 Imperial Japan

20 The Coming of the Second World War Four aggressive, totalitarian regimes threatened peace and freedom: Fascist Italy National Socialist Germany Racist/Nationalist Japan Communist Soviet Union

21 The Soviet Union Joseph Stalin

22 Italy in Ethiopia, 1936

23 Japan in China The Rape of Nanking, December 1937

24 Japan in China The Rape of Nanking, December 1937

25 Japan in China The Rape of Nanking, December 1937

26 Japan in China The Rape of Nanking, December 1937

27 German provocations Militarization of the Rhineland Expansion of German army, navy, air force, far beyond treaty limits Annexation of Austria Annexation of Bohemia

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30 Hitler’s policies

31 Munich 1938 British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain: “Peace for our time”

32 Hitler-Stalin Pact, 1939

33 World War II begins

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38 Berlin-Rome-Tokyo Axis


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