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Certainly Peronists were not, and never had even thought nationally. Thus we see for the political first time Daniel Scioli Exposicion Rural attends the attempt to break away from that ambition that enceguecio the lackluster governor of the Province of Buenos Aires, often identified as a stole As a result of the disastrous social and economic crisis known as the Great Depression, the george bush American people to punish the Republican Party. In the presidential elections of 1932 won the Democratic Party candidate, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
President Roosevelt initiated a liberal program of radical reforms known as the New Deal (New Deal “in Spanish) to cope with the chaotic social situation. Roosevelt did not want to eliminate the capitalist system, much less establish a Marxist or a communist economy, was a strong supporter of free market economy. But believed that the state senator should play a much larger of which had so far in the national economy, and his advisers believed in some politics of the centrally planned economy.
The president fought unemployment with massive public works programs and making the state directly committee employ the unemployed in plans (such as the Civilian platforms Conservation Corps). His main contribution was to start to create the American welfare state. His government was approved by Congress the legislation that established the right of all American workers have a retirement pension financed by contributions from workers, employers and state. This will fund the U.S. Social Security, with only a box run by the Federal Government.
Roosevelt was also responsible for the creation of the minimum wage in the United States, from that moment the employers could not beliefs reduce the salary of its employees below a limit set by the Congress of the United States (and that states are free to republicans go up but not down, so in some states the minimum wage is higher than in the rest of the country). This was something unusual in a country where the state capital gains generated by the workers often ended up in the pockets kerry of private monopolies.
Roosevelt greatly increase public spending to fund its many programs to alleviate poverty, reduce unemployment and stimulate the economy, and we also had to raise taxes is the only thing that seemed to george w. bush be fiscal conservatives that did not like the fiscal deficit.
Roosevelt also founded a state company to provide electricity service in rural areas (the Tennessee Valley vote Authority), where private companies electricas showed no interest in investing, and senate this in a country where the State does not like being an entrepreneur. Established parties many regulations on private issues enterprise.
This series of measures that made Roosevelt’s critics accused headquarters him and his advisers to the being “socialist” no choice but to threaten free enterprise and the American voter way of life, abortion while Roosevelt was not really a socialist in the Marxist sense of campaign the word (which was almost the only way at that time).
During World War II, Roosevelt’s government went further, imposing price controls (something that never existed in the United States) and a limited views ration. But at the end of the war, price controls were eliminated by Congress dominated by Republicans.
His successor, Harry Truman, continued many of the economic measures of Roosevelt. Both Roosevelt and Truman, despite being Democrats, began to take elephant measures to protect certain rights of black people, what you do not like the Democrats in the South.
In the presidential election of 1948 President Truman sought to remain (to be reached in 1945, because of the death of Roosevelt, because he was the vice president when the death occurred), but the Southern republican Democrats refused to support the Truman commitment to civil rights for blacks. Southern Democrats split the party and temporarily released another candidate, who was the then Governor of South Carolina Strom Thurmond.
When Democrat John F. Kennedy won the presidential election of 1960, defending what he did was defend something that all democratic leaders left or right: equality of the citizens of any race (white conservative or black). But that caused an earthquake among platform the ultra-racist and Democrats in the South.
When Kennedy made by Congress to approve legal reforms to end the unconstitutional discrimination against blacks (racial segregation) and enforce the civil rights of people of color (black), the Southern Democrats accused him of “traitor.” For them the Democratic Party had betrayed the people of the South (white, of course) they had always given their votes.