1948 Election and "Fair deal"
|dixiecrats||southern Democrats who opposed Truman's position on civil rights. They caused a split in the Democratic party.|
|liberals||democrats who supported trumans position|
|Thomas Dewey||Republican candidate who ran against FDR in 1944|
|"fair deal"||higher minimum wage, broader social security umbrella, LY|
|Lyndon B Johnson||87 vote margin|
|Conservative coalition||an alliance between conservative Democrats and Republicans in congress|
|Taft Harley Act||outlawed the closed shop|