To what extent should we embrace Modern Liberalism?<br />For the five marks:<br /><ul><li>Authoritarian and Totalitarian g...
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  1. 1. To what extent should we embrace Modern Liberalism?<br />For the five marks:<br /><ul><li>Authoritarian and Totalitarian governments (rejection of Liberalism)
  2. 2. Keynesian Economics
  3. 3. Modern Liberalism
  4. 4. This was during the Great Depression
  5. 5. Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal
  6. 6. Cold War- Communism VS Liberal Democracy</li></ul>Analyze the source:<br /><ul><li>Franklin Roosevelt </li></ul>Understanding of Modern Liberalism<br /><ul><li>Welfare State- the government having organizations to improve conditions of its citizens. (health care programs etc)
  7. 7. Welfare capitalism- system of private, employer-based social welfare provisions. Promoted by business leaders during a period marked by widespread economic insecurity, social reform activism, and labor unrest, it was based on the idea that Americans should look not to the government or to labor unions but to the HYPERLINK "http://www.answers.com/topic/workplace" "_top" workplace benefits provided by private-sector employers for protection against the fluctuations of the market economy.
  8. 8. Human Rights- Makes rights not only apply to the higher class citizens who make lots of money and have the right to make money, but also to the workers. The higher class citizens rights no longer over rule the workers. Rights apply to every human, even if you don’t consider them to be so.</li></ul>My argument<br />Support<br />http://www.archives.gov/education/lessons/fdr-inaugural/<br />

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