Comparison table “New Order” Hitler and “New Deal” Roosevelt

  Hitler’s “New Order” Roosevelt’s New Deal
Theory Militant chauvinism, national socialism, racism, anti-Semitism, militarism, anti-communism, anti-Sovietism Pragmatism, realism, rationalism, Keynesianism, anti-communism, anti-Sovietism ,
Economy 1. Militarization of the economy in the interests of big capital, state intervention in the economy in the interests of the military.

2. Support of the middle strata ( grossbauers , burghers, merchants) at the expense of the Jews.

3. Social rationing, focus on improving the living standard of the population at the expense of other peoples, the use of hard work, discipline of the German people

1. Strengthening government intervention in the economy in order to prevent crises, revolutions, mitigate social contradictions.

2. Encouragement of entrepreneurship, intensification of labor, broad development of public works, maintenance of a stable living standard for the majority of the population.

3. Struggle for markets in the world, dominance in Latin America

Domestic policy 1. The rigid monopoly of the NSDAP, the prohibition and persecution of all anti-fascist and non-fascist parties and organizations.

2. The personality cult of Hitler, the first leaders, centralization and unification of management.

3. Nationalization of social life, the labor movement.

4. Widespread use of terror, violence, concentration camps

1. A tough two-party system, skillful exclusion of other political forces from the political arena.

2. Subordination of the workers and other social movements to the interests of the ruling class, integration into the political system.

3. Preservation of the democratic foundations of society, broad local self-government, a developed civil society, the rule of law

Foreign policy 1. The quest for world domination, the establishment of a “new order” in the world, the outbreak of war, including in toruyu world.

2. Mission to destroy communism, USSR.

3. The destruction of racially inferior peoples, the transformation of the Germans into a “superior race”, leading the whole world

1. Striving for world economic domination by pushing and weakening potential opponents.

2. Diplomatic recognition of the USSR, opposition to communist expansion.

3. Isolationism, non-interference, armed neutrality, preservation of forces for the decisive stage of the global confrontation


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