Social Democracy is a political ideology referring to multiple areas in Europe during the early 20th century. Democracy is a term founded in Greece. A democracy is rule by the people, for the people. A social democracy was formed in the 1870s up until the time of World War I, the ultimate goal of a social democracy in Europe during the time between the end of World War I and the beginning of World War II was to create equality through human change and help the people lead themselves into lives of equality. Equality is a goal many nations during the early 20th century were trying to achieve. Social democracy after William returned from World War I and during the interwar period was largely comprised of the New Liberalist ideas and the Labour Movement.
England: 1935. Just seventeen years after the ‘end ’ of World War I and less than four years away from the beginning of World War II, England was in the midst of great growth. England had experienced changes in their economy, their politics, and the ways of life of the British people (reword?). Whether these changes were positive or negative, the lives of the British population would have changed immensely. Throughout William’s young adult life, he has lived in different places, and had different jobs. But before World War I, William left France and came back to his homeland, England hoping to find a job. William worked as a shipbuilder while he was in France, but he eventually lost his job . While the cost of living continually rose , William suffered. During the height of World War I, William enlisted in the British army. Years after World War I came to a halt, William was living in England. In the years prior, when William was traveling for work, he felt he had no sense of belonging. He felt that he was an outsider, but now that William has returned to his homeland, he is devoted to the Labour Party and New Liberalism ideas. He hoped to live out his “after war years” hoping to experience equality for all.
The Labour Party began forming in the late century 1800s and the early 1900s. William returned to England in the early 1900s before the war. Much to his surprise, ship working was not as big of an industry as when he left . William enlisted in the First World War in order to survive. After surviving the war (with no serious injuries), William returned to England hoping find work . After the war, the wartime trend toward greater social equality continued, but great unemployment filled England. He was not able to find a job outside of the army, so William decided to continue his work as a soldier. In 1932, the economy recovered considerable after the budget was balanced . With the increase in economic sustainability, the Labour Party was able to flourish.
Even though William was directly involved in the political aspects of the Labour Party, but Social Democracy was in full force in Britain during the 1930s. Social Democracy in Britain was rule for the people, by the people. Although the New...