Outline Notes 35– due Tuesday, March 6

35 Outline

Make sure you answer the questions or explain the subsection titles. Always consider the consequences and historical significance!

I. How important was foreign policy to FDR, and why? How does the US deal with its empire during the early years of FDR’s administration?
—–A. Trade: what does economics have to do with foreign relations?
———-1. London Conference
———-2. Reciprocal Trade Agreements
———-3. Isolationism
———-4. Johnson Debt Default Act
—–B. Tydings-McDuffie Act
—–C. Good Neighbor policy and nonintervention
———-1. Guantanamo
———-2. Panama
———-3. Mexico
—–D. What were the economic causes for totalitarianism?
—–E. Criticism of WWI
———-1. Merchants of Death and Nye Committee
—–F. Isolationism and the Neutrality Acts
———-1. Lucky Lindy and the America Firsters
———-2. What is meant by “Fortress America?”

II. What were the rising threats from abroad?
—–A. Germany
———-1. Rise of Nazis
———-2. remilitarization
———-3. Creating A Greater Germany in Austria, Sudentenland…
———-4. Holocaust (Shoah)
—————a. What effect did these refugees have on the rest of the world?
———-5. Nonaggression Pact
———-6. Poland and “phony war”
———-7. Fall of France
—–B. Italy
———-1. Rise of Fascists
———-2. Ethiopia
—–C. Japan
—–D. Spain
—–E. US (and others) reactions:
———-1. Weakness of League of Nations
———-2. “Quarantine”
———-3. Appeasement
—————a. Munich pact b. Panay incident

III. The US is forced to take action
—–A. Effect of Fall of France
———-1. Conscription Law
———-2. Havana Conference
—–B. Destroyers Deal
———-(What do we get?)
—–C. Lend-Lease and controversy surrounding it
—–D. Atlantic Conference and Atlantic Charter
—–E. Greer, Kearny and Reuben James
—–F. Pearl Harbor

3 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Megan? on March 12, 2009 at 3:35 pm

    is this Chapter 34 now?

  2. Posted by Mike on March 19, 2009 at 11:23 am

    Yeah I think it is…where are chapter 36 outlines/term?

  3. Posted by Megan? on March 19, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    search terms in the search bar and it is listed in the one that says semester 2 terms etc.

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