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FRQ #32 Analyze the factors that led to the rise of right-wi

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Giselle Acevedo

on 16 April 2014

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Transcript of FRQ #32 Analyze the factors that led to the rise of right-wi

FRQ #32 Analyze the factors that led to the rise of right-wing (conservative) authoritarian regimes in continental Europe in the interwar period.(1919-1939)

lack of ability to self govern
economic hardships ($$$ problems) caused by World War 1
Age of Anxiety
Around the 1920s/30's the government was unable to control itself for long periods of time
conflicts between peasants and landowners in the east
wanted to restore past honors (missed the past)
many were scared that the peasants would rise
So basically...
the economy
the inability to self govern
the Age of Anxiety
were enough for Authoritarian regimes to control Europe in the interwar period
What is Authoritarianism ?
Authoritarianism is a form of government.
It is characterized by absolute or blind obedience to authority
, as against individual freedom and related to the expectation of unquestioning obedience.
The economic downfall created by the Great Depression and Great War was enough for wealthy landlords and businesses to search for any form of government that would stimulate the economy
The Age of Anxiety
People were in a constant state of anxiety, unsure of what to do. Making government difficult to control and making some more desperate for total rule.
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