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Historian Alan Brinkley looks at the New Deal era with an international perspective, exploring the evolution of global experiments in government occurring around the world, particularly fascism, communism, and liberal democracy.
Newsweek columnist Jonathan Alter and Columbia University provost Alan Brinkley discuss the first 100 days of Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency, the subject of Alter’s recent book, The Defining Moment: FDR's First Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope.
This WWII broadside, ditributed in Los Angeles, ordered “all persons of Japanese ancestry” to assemble for transport to detention camps.
This poster, published by the War Manpower Commission in 1942, highlights the need to draw laborers from all segments of the American population.