That’s what German people want; they liked to be reminded of the humiliation caused by the War, and they wanted to get it back from the Republic. The Party’s anti-Communism was also liked by the workers. The workers and farmers were supposed to support the Left Wing parties, but, the communists wanted to take away their money and property, these policies obviously showed why workers and farmers in rural areas tended to support the Nazis and became the Nazi Party’s major groups of supporters. The world trade suddenly stopped, and America wanted her money back, now this showed how dangerous the Young Plan could be. The Republic couldn’t pay back the loans, and the agriculture depression grew even worse, because it was already there before the Depression kicked off; it had not been solved at all.
What were the problems facing Germany in late 1918 and 1919? Germany faced numerous problems, every one varying in extremity. The loss of the war was naturally a large problem which created many spin-off issues, such as an unpleasant living environment, a worsening economy and naturally the deflation of the German peoples pride and spirit, due to propaganda they were fed with news that their army was excelling in the war, when in reality the exact opposite was occurring. Germany also was managing many other problems such as economic and socialist problems, unemployment was growing and many were living in poverty, not enough healthcare was being supplied, the country was divided and could not collectively manage a way to move forward, they had fought for 4 years and now needed something else to believe in. Germanys list of problems at this time was only growing.
1 Women’s lives after the two world wars changed, but there is some debate as to how much it changed. Their lives changed politically, with women gaining the vote, they changed in terms of employment, as they were now permitted to join certain professions and they also changed socially as a better way of living was set out for them. It is argued that women were given greater opportunities after the wars due to their exceptional participation on the home front. However, many historians believe that this change in women’s lives was simply due to the changing times and the progression in society. The historical debate surrounding this topic is wether women’s lives really did change greatly after the two world wars, or wether their lives simply went back to the way they were before the war started.
Without the changing role of women, things that we have in everyday life as American’s could possibly not exist. Women not only were more help to the family, but they were helping rebuild the nation. As a whole, women helped clean up the process of urbanization and immigration, helped literature grow, and helped change the ongoing problem of women’s suffrage. After the Civil War, many people from other countries started immigrating to America. As a result, urbanization quickly started going out of control due to lack of communication, too many people being forced into slums, and many other reasons.
According to Paul Halsall there were four main effects caused by Industrial Revolution, increased standard of living, creation of factories, urbanization of the population, and a vast increase in production. These results, all interconnected, emerged through a domino like effect. At first there was a massive increase in the creation of factories. This increase led to an increased demand for labor, which in turn caused urbanization when vast amounts of workers moved into the city to work. This increase in available labor and factories led to an overall increase in total production that in turn flooded a large supply of goods into the market to meet the growing demand of the people, increasing GDP and ultimately the standard of living.
These and many other problems have led to the country’s poor economic growth performance, paralyzed manufacturing sector, high rates of inflation, massive displacement of the population, and high unemployment rate, which have culminated into extreme poverty and food insecurity and hunger amongst the population. Overall, the economy has not performed well, since the inception of the civil war. A combination of bad governance, limited social integration between the then ruling elite since independence and the rest of the society, coupled with inequality in the distribution of the wealth of the nation provoked the military coup in 1980, which was followed by the civil war in 1989. These events impacted the lives of the people negatively and contributed to the worsening poverty rate and food insecurity in the country. Poverty and food insecurity as we know are multi-dimensional phenomena, which have political, social, economic and cultural implications.
Many may argue that the falling economy and the wealthy not wanting to share their shares is to blame for the raising rates of poverty here in the states. Poverty of course, has a lot to do with money and income but underneath that it is has a deeper story. Stories of how different people are suffering from it and how they are managing to live day by day. It almost seems as if it’s a foreign nation of its own and you only understand the concepts if you are in it. There is no doubt that here in America we are dealing with one of the greatest economic downfalls.
What were the significant developments in the US economy (1945-89)? After World War II, the US experienced ‘An Economy of Abundance’ and increased prosperity for several decades. During the 1940s and 50s, the US became the world’s most powerful economy, world’s largest manufacturer and experienced significant developments. The government invested heavily in public investment to sustain the economic boom. 60% of all federal spending was on defence.
Income security that provides stipends to specific populations with the low-income. Such as the retired people, disabled person, blind person (Ahuja, R, 2003). And both of the health insurance and income security have the monetary issues. 1. Increased the number of the apply the income security The income level created poverty, the low income of the poor cannot satisfy their daily expenditure, and the high turnover rate and single parent’s family rate also have the negative effect on the people (Ahuja.
The country was faced with huge losses in manpower and economic destruction after the war, despite being one of the victors. The country was mourning the loss of an entire young male generation. With the onset of the Great Depression, the French people felt the democratic system had failed them and so they looked to extremist organisations to lead them. As the international situation was worsening, it became clear that the instability in France from 1920 to 1940 meant the nation was divided, depressed and in danger of being captured by the Germans in 1940. Immediately after the First World War, there was a period of political instability with the election of four different Prime Ministers in three years.