Why We Fight: Congress and the Politics of World War II #2020

Why We Fight: Congress and the Politics of World War II Nancy Beck Young Why We Fight Congress and the Politics of World War II A study of Congress at the crossroads between the New Deal and the postwar era showing that the wartime political dynamic established the dominant patterns for national politics through the remainder

  • Title: Why We Fight: Congress and the Politics of World War II
  • Author: Nancy Beck Young
  • ISBN: 9780700619177
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Why We Fight: Congress and the Politics of World War II Nancy Beck Young A study of Congress at the crossroads between the New Deal and the postwar era, showing that the wartime political dynamic established the dominant patterns for national politics through the remainder of the century Reveals that moderates, not conservatives, determined the outcomes in key policy debates and examines how compromises were reached.
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    1. Most books about the U.S government in World War II focus on the executive branch, which is understandable given the president s role as commander in chief By contrast, Nancy Beck Young addresses the role Congress played during the war, arguing that the legislation passed during this period was critical in both narrowing and preserving the New Deal legacy In this respect, the battles over taxation and social justice helped set the parameters on these issues that successive Congresses would follo [...]

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