World Disarmament Conference - Revolvy

The gradual accession of Stalin to power in the 1920s eventually brought an end to the liberalization of society and the economy, leading instead to a period of unprecedented government control, mobilization, and terrorization of society in Russia and the other Soviet republics. In the 1930s, agriculture and industry underwent brutal forced centralization, and Russian cultural activity was highly restricted. Purges eliminated thousands of individuals deemed dangerous to the Soviet state by Stalin's operatives.

A.J.P Taylor makes the point that German disarmament could only work if …

The dynamics of Soviet foreign relations changed drastically after Stalin recognized the danger posed by Nazi Germany. From 1934 through 1937, the Soviet Union tried to restrain German militarism by building coalitions hostile to fascism. In the international communist movement, the Comintern adopted the "popular front" policy of cooperation with socialists and liberals against fascism, thus reversing its line of the early 1930s. In 1934 the Soviet Union joined the League of Nations, where Maksim Litvinov, the Soviet commissar of foreign affairs, advocated disarmament and collective security against fascist aggression. In 1935 the Soviet Union formed defensive military alliances with France and Czechoslovakia, and from 1936 to 1939 it gave assistance to antifascists in the Spanish Civil War. The menace of fascist militarism to the Soviet Union increased when Germany and Japan (which already posed a substantial threat to the Soviet Far East) signed the Anti-Comintern Pact in 1936. But the West proved unwilling to counter German provocative behavior, and after France and Britain acceded to Hitler's demands for Czechoslovak territory at Munich in 1938, Stalin abandoned his efforts to forge a collective security agreement with the West.

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Griffith's Birth of A Nation

Reconvened in Georgia in 1915

Targets: African Americans, Catholics, Jews, Communists, and foreigners

Warren Harding Conspiracy

New laws support idea of white supremacy Government Policies Communism & The Government The Rebirth of Nativism - Economic Policy
Coolidge support fiscal conservatism
Wanted to support economy, not regulate it
Revenue Acts of 1924, 1926, 1928
Lack of aid to agriculture, veto of McNary-Haugen Bill
Opposed government spending, substantially decreased federal debt, which included the hefty war debt
Herbert Hoover, Secretary of Commerce, and Andrew Mellon, Secretary of Treasury
- Foreign Policy
Favored isolationist policy, didn't approve of League of Nations
Helped pass Kellogg-Brand Treaty
Implemented Dawes Plan, help Germany
-Social Policy
Supported equal rights among all ethnicities
Klan lost power during his presidency
Supported Indian Citizenship Act
Wanted equal rights for blacks, Catholics
Supported numerous attempts for anti-lynching laws, but they were ultimately opposed by Southern Democrats
Opposition to Prohibition Coolidge Administration Laissez-faire policy •1920’s was a time of economic prosperity
Known as New Era because of changes in big business

New inventions such as refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, automobiles

Business reorganization, focus on mass-production of consumer goods

Assembly line allows for mass-production

Welfare capitalism, business owners take care of workers

Laissez faire details an economic environment where government does not involve itself in any way, shape, or form: absence of regulation in interaction between private entities Causes - Communist Party USA
- Leader: Charles Ruthenberg - Supported un-American political beliefs
-Many Americans at this time did not trust foreigners active in unions because they were tired of change and social unrest from World War I and did not want revolutions to emerge.