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  • New Proposal Franklin Roosevelt
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    The accomplishments taken place upon the onset of the many New Deal legislation's owe much to the seeds implanted and unknowingly disseminated by the pre- WWI Progressive movement. Sparked by the new image as a world power, industrialization, and immigration at the dawn of the new century, a new found reform movement gripped the nation. With the new found image of the nation and world as a whole, the reforms advanced the position of the previously ignored people of the nation, as did its reincar...
  • Imperialistic Movement Of The Western World
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    In the late 19th century, imperialism was a major issue in many nations of the world. Imperialism is the extension of a nation's power due to the acquiring of territory or economic conditions through military force or political means. Countries revived the imperialistic movement because the need of raw materials and labor for industrial purposes was so great. Also, the countries wanted to increase their overall wealth and trade. Christianity gained power due to this imperialistic movement of the...
  • Founding Elements Of Italian Fascism
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    Fascism was born in Milan on Sunday the 23rd of March, 1919. War veterans, syndicalists who had supported the war and Futurist intellectuals gathered in the meeting room of the Milan Industrial and Commercial Alliance, overlooking Piazza San Sepolcro, to "declare war against socialism... because it has opposed nationalism". Mussolini called his movement the Fasci di Combattimento, which can be translated to "fraternities of combat". Fascism obtained its name and took its first steps in Italy, ex...
  • Non Violent Movements
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    Nationalism as a concept is defined by the formation of a distinct identity for a certain population in terms of their religion, ethnicity or class differences. This term was used to describe the rise of movements along these distinct lines. Since then the connotations of the word may have changed over time but its essential meaning has remained unchanged. The term in essence refers to two varying sentiments. Broadly speaking, the first of these is a sense of identification with a certain nation...
  • United Nation
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    "The United States emerged from a virulent, intense, and inhumane civil war and evolved into a new nation during this period. This transition was the culmination of political, economic, social, and cultural movements which transformed the nation. E Pluribus Unum - out of many United States, one nation; the United States was forged in the cauldron of these revolutions. ' -Arnold Toynbee, A Study of History The above statement is one that seems to be very true when looking back upon the history of...
  • Lebanese National Movement
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    The essence of quiescence in Lebanon was, from its formation, co-operation and co-existence between the various religious sects in the country. Although sectarianism was the major cause for the 1975 civil war, foreign interventions and interests lead to an explosion of these tensions and subsequently lead to the start and maintenance of the bloodiest war ever fought by the Lebanese people, the effects of which are felt to this day. By the summer of 1970, attention turned to the upcoming presiden...
  • First Monday Of September Labor Day
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    The Labor Movement objectives are to improve conditions and living standards through global cooperation's and to establish economics and social stability. One of the labor movement most important functions is to set standards for working condition wages, hours of work, minimum ages for employment, insurance, safety and inspections. Involved in the labor movement was the, International Labor Organization (ILO), a specialized agency of the United Nations (UN). The UN aim is to make easier and help...

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