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The Democratic Party is one of two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Republican Party. Following its legacy back to Thomas Jefferson and James Madison's Democratic Republican Party, the modern Democratic Party was founded around 1828 by supporters of Andrew Jackson, becoming the oldest active political party in the world.

The dominant position of the Democrats over the world was once social conservatism and economic liberalism, while populism was its main feature in the rural south. In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt ran as a third party in the Progressive Party ("Bull Moose"), beginning a shift in political platforms between the Democratic Party and the Republican Party in the following decades and leading to the election of Woodrow Wilson as the first progressive Democrat. fiscal. Since the time of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal coalition in the 1930s, the Democratic Party has also promoted a social-liberal platform that supports social justice.

Barack Obama was the 15th president to be elected by the Democratic Party.

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The Republican Party, along with the Democratic Party, is one of two major political parties in the United States. Founded by anti-slavery activists in 1854, the Republican Party is often called the Grand Old Party or GOP, despite appearing on the political scene in the United States later than the Democratic Party. The party's political platform is generally considered to be center-right in the American political spectrum.

The Republican Party is the second largest registered voter in the United States, with about 55 million active voters in 2004, representing about a third of the electorate. Various polls conducted over Over the past two years, they have found that between 20% and 34% of Americans identify as Republicans.

Throughout the history of the United States, there have been nineteen Republican presidents, compared to fifteen Democrats, four Whigs and four Republican Democrats, and George Washington, respectively, unaffiliated with any political movement.


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US President-elect Joe Biden, Democrat, who takes office on January 20, has unveiled a plan to stimulate the economy amid a nearly $ 1.9 trillion pandemic, Reuters reported.

Biden proposed spending about $ 1 trillion in direct aid to households, $ 440 billion in helping small businesses hardest hit by the pandemic, and $ 415 billion in pandemic control and vaccinations.

Joe Biden believes that US residents need to be paid $ 1,400 in addition to the $ 600 previously approved in the US Congress. He also proposed increasing the amount of supplementary unemployment insurance from $ 300 to $ 400 per week. This generated a lot of memes, Bemorepanda collected them all.

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Joe Biden signed the reactivation of a World War II law, the so-called Lend-Lease law, to significantly and rapidly increase military support for Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion.

The original Lend-Lease Act was passed by the US Congress in March 1941 and gave President Roosevelt the virtually unlimited authority to send military aid (ammunition, tanks, planes, trucks, and food) to allied countries fighting Nazi Germany without violating its status. neutrality that the United States had at the time.

The law stated that military aid was granted to any nation "considered vital to the security of the United States."

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The story's irony is that the law was initially intended for the UK as the primary beneficiary. However, the Lend-Lease program was expanded to include China and the Soviet Union in a few months. By the end of World War II, almost 40 countries had received support under this program.

The law gives the Biden administration much more leeway when it comes to the military equipment it sends to Ukraine and the speed with which it can decide what aid to send to Ukraine and NATO countries on the eastern flank of the Northern Alliance. -Atlantic, now "front-line countries," the Associated Press reports.

On Monday, US President Joe Biden signed a lend-lease law for Ukraine, a vital document to establish a steady stream of military and humanitarian aid to the Russian-invaded country. This reactivates a mechanism that worked at its peak in World War II when the United States became the "arsenal of democracy." At the same time, Biden called Congress to immediately vote on supplementing aid for Kyiv, warning that current resources would be depleted "in about ten days."

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The document allows Biden to use a World War II rule, known as the Lend- Lease Act, enacted by Franklin Roosevelt in 1941. It provides for the rental or lending of military equipment to any country whose defense is considered vital to the protection of the United States. The United States has become the "arsenal of democracy through this law." For Roosevelt, it was not a show of altruism and generosity. It was the way to contribute to the defeat of Nazi Germany without going to war, at least not before the nation was ready, both militarily and as a public opinion. "We buy, we don't rent. We buy our security while we prepare," Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson said during congressional debates. Shortly after signing the law, Roosevelt used his authority to deliver vast quantities of food and weapons from American ports to Britain. They were sent from tanks, planes, ships, weapons, infrastructure materials, clothes, chemicals, and food. By the end of 1942, politics had expanded, including the Soviet Union, China, Australia, New Zealand, and the exiled governments of Poland, the Netherlands, and Norway. By the end of World War II, the United States had used the law to provide $ 50 billion in aid to more than 30 nations worldwide.

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Lend-Lease is a system for the transfer by the United States of America of military equipment, weapons, ammunition, equipment, strategic raw materials, food, and other miscellaneous goods to countries - allies of the anti-Hitler coalition. The US Congress approved the lease on March 11, 1941. According to this document, the President was given the authority to transfer, exchange, lease, and lend strategic weapons and materials to the government of any country where the fight against aggressors is vital. For the defense of the U.S., Countries that received lend-lease assistance signed bilateral agreements with the United States, which provided that materials destroyed, lost, or consumed during the war were not subject to any payment after the end of the war. The remaining materials suitable for civilian consumption must be paid in whole or in part based on long-term US loans. From March 11, 1941, to August 1, 1945, the United States provided $ 46 billion to allied countries under the Lend-Lease system, including the United Kingdom and other British Commonwealth countries - for $ 30 billion. , $ 3 billion., The Soviet Union - $ 9.8 billion, France - $ 1.4 billion, China - $ 631 million, and Latin American countries - $ 421 million.

In the first five months of the Great Patriotic War, the Law on Lending and Leasing did not apply in the USSR. During this period, the United States sent $ 41 million worth of weapons and supplies to the Soviet Union. And it was not until November 7, 1941, that the President of the United States, F. D. Roosevelt, extended the law of the lend-lease to the USSR.

Until then, lend-lease deliveries to the USSR were made by the Anglo-Soviet Mutual Assistance Agreement of 12 July 1941 in the United Kingdom. As early as the end of July 1941, during these deliveries, the English minelayer Adventure delivered a cargo of deep-sea cargo and magnetic mines to Arkhangelsk. And in August 1941, the first Lend-Lease convoy left England for the northern ports of the USSR.

The delivery of Anglo-American equipment and weapons to the Soviet Union was three ways. It was initially planned that up to 75% of all economic aid from Western allies would be sent by ships across the Arctic to the ports of Murmansk and Arkhangelsk. By the spring of 1942, 12 convoys of 103 boats had been sent along this route, of which only one ship was lost. However, then the situation changed dramatically. German fascist command began to attract significant air, submarine, and large surface ships to fight Allied convoys. As a result, there were heavy losses on the RO-13, 16, and 17 caravans.

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The second source of the lend-lease supply ran from the ports of the Persian Gulf, through the deserts and mountains of Iran and Iraq to the Soviet Transcaucasia. The goods were shipped by rail, highway, and air. From December 1941 to the end of 1942, thanks to the joint work of Soviet, British, and American specialists, the production capacity of ports in the Middle East increased significantly, and already in 1943, 3447 thousand tons of cargo were delivered to the USSR by the southern route. Through all modes of transport and military equipment, in 1944, this figure increased 1.5 times and amounted to 5,498 thousand tons.

At the beginning of 1945, all deliveries through Iran and Iraq were stopped. During the Great Patriotic War, more than 10 million tons of goods were delivered to the USSR on the southern route.

During the negotiations in the summer of 1942, a third route was approved - sending aircraft by air through Alaska and Siberia. The length of the way from the American city of Fairbanks to Krasnoyarsk was 14,000 km. About 8,000 American fighter jets were delivered along the route during the war.

Throughout the Great Patriotic War, powerful weapons, the United States and Britain supplied the Soviet Union with 18,700 aircraft, about 11,000 self-propelled artillery tanks and mounts, and up to 10,000 guns of various calibers. Terms of military equipment and weapons produced in the USSR amounted to 16.7% for aviation, 10.5% for self-propelled tanks and cannons, and about 2% of our country's total artillery production.

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