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What was Congress’s purpose in passing the Lend-Lease Act? to lease U-boats from Germany and then lend them to Britain to charge Britain more for U.S. weapons than Britain could afford to provide equal amounts of aid to Britain and Germany to provide Britain with the aid it needed but could not afford

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    found it ***to provide Britain with the aid it needed but could not afford

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    yayyyyyyy!:) do u know this one?? The United States entered World War II in December 1941. The nation then embarked on a full-scale mobilization of its resources. Millions of Americans participated in the war effort. This massive nationwide campaign affected nearly every aspect of American society. The Pennsylvania Railroad printed this poster during World War II. there's gonna be a picture.... Whom do the two men in the poster represent?

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    Well, one is a soldier and the other is a civilian. The soldier goes overseas and fights the enemy. But he needs support, which includes guns and bullets and uniforms and FOOD. The civilian stays back and provides that support. In this case he is growing food for home consumption, probably, but that means commercial food can be shipped overseas.

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    what do you think the intended message of the poster is?

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    that everybody is/can be contributing to the war effort.

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    Use the political cartoon and your knowledge of social studies to answer the questions 31–33. 31. Who are the figures in the cartoon? (2 points)

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    uncle sam and the statue of liberty

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    32. Who or what do the figures usually represent? What special meaning do they seem to have in this cartoon? (2 points)

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    Uncle Sam represents the US government.The Statue of Liberty represents the ideals of the American Revolution and the Constitution.

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    33. A subversive is someone who is trying to overthrow or undermine a government or political system from within. With this in mind, explain what the cartoon’s artist was trying to convey about American society in 1947? (2 points)

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    that some people were too concerned with individual liberties rather than the liberty of the USA as a nation for the foreseeable future

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    all i did was googled all this and found the answers

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    34. Predict Consequences Do you think a totalitarian form of government would have formed in Germany if the Great Depression had not occurred? Explain.@helperoc101

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    Germany still suffered from the restrictions and reparation payments imposed upon it by the Treaty of Versailles; however, in the 1930s Hitler gained a lot of support because of the poor economic state of Germany after the war. Hitler blamed the Treaty of Versailles and the reparation payments. The Great Depression may have compounded Germany's problems but was not the entire source of its economic woes. Hitler platformed on changing the impotent parliamentary government because of its inability to recover from the Great Depression. He was able to secure himself the position of Chancellor because of this weakness. You could argue that the Great Depression, though not the cause of Germany's economic problems (That was the loss of the war and the Treaty of Versailles), gave Hitler the opportunity to seize the position of Chancellor from the ineffective Weimar Republic. If the Great Depression had not happened, Hitler might not have had that opportunity. On the other hand, Hitler was intelligent and knew how to manipulate the masses. He may have still been able to seize power through his oratory skill, his scapegoating onto the Jews, and blaming the Treaty for Germany's woes. Best advice: pick the side you know best and argue well. There are always 2 sides.

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    Clarify Problems Why did some people criticize postwar society in the United States? (5 points)

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    Postwar society in the US? Which postwar? 8^) Basically the US became more crassly consumeristic, more status oriented. People bought things they didn't need, and some think we lost track of what was really important. There is also a big difference clarifying why some people criticised postwar society in the United Sates. It is most likely these people had a better vision of what could be. As far as I am concerned, they had every right to criticise it.

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    12. Analyze Cause and Effect What was the effect of the civil rights decisions of the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren? Who was affected by these decisions? (5 points)

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    Among Warren's notable opinions are those in Brown v. Board of Education (1954), which held that segration in public education was unconstitutional; Reynolds v. Sims (1964), and which declared the one man, one vote principle requiring state legislative reapportionment (1964).

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