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Franklin Roosevelt's Approach to Security
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during his four-term presidency, FDR had to face security threats unequaled in           
         Wall Street crash
the Great Depression
very          unemployment
               affecting millions of people
abroad there was the rise of                               
         inaugural address
"Let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself -- nameless, unreasoning, unjustified              which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance."
                     was the first step in building a collective sense of security
The New Deal
authorized large scale                          in economic management, social welfare, and industrial policy
modernize the country
stabilize the financial sector
reduce unemployment through              works
give workers higher wages and better working conditions
Agricultural Adjustment Act
                   Valley Authority
National Industrial Recovery Act
Works Progress Administration
1933                Act
separated                      and investment banking activities
to protect the consumer
stood until its repeal in         
National            Relations Act
1935 Social Security Act
guaranteed pensions for millions of Americans
care for dependent children and disabled
1939 situation in Europe                          rapidly
           was expanding its influence
even before Pearl Harbor, Roosevelt had a view of the role of the United States
August 1941 Declaration of the                  Charter
England and the United States
an affirmation of certain common principles in the national policies of their respective countries on which they based their hopes for a better              for the world
         foundation of the United Nations
Franklin's Good Neighbor approach to Latin America led to
1948 Organization of American States
vision was to build a safe, post-war international order so that another world war could be prevented
                     security at international level
social security at the national level

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