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THE NEW DEAL. ANALYZE THE RESPONSES OF FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT’S ADMINISTRATION TO THE PROBLEMS OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION. HOW EFFECTIVE WERE THESE RESPONSES? HOW DID THEY CHANGE THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT?. The New Deal. I. FDR 1. Personality. The New Deal. I. FDR 2. Polio & Image.

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THE NEW DEAL

ANALYZE THE RESPONSES OF FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT’S ADMINISTRATION TO THE PROBLEMS OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION. HOW EFFECTIVE WERE THESE RESPONSES? HOW DID THEY CHANGE THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT?


The New Deal

  • I. FDR

    • 1. Personality


The New Deal

  • I. FDR

    • 2. Polio & Image


The New Deal

  • I. FDR

    • 3. Eleanor


The New Deal

  • II. Launching the New Deal

    • A. FDR’s Philosophy (What the ___ did FDR stand for?)

      • 1. Inauguration

      • 2. Pragmatic, Not Idealogue

      • 3. 3 R’s

      • 4. “Braintrust”


The New Deal

  • II. Launching the New Deal (1st)

    • B. 100 Days

      • 1. Strengthen Monetary System


The New Deal

Fireside Chat

  • II. Launching the New Deal (1st)

    • B. 100 Days

      • 1. Strengthen Monetary System

        • a. Emergency Banking Relief Act (“Bank Holiday”)

        • b. Economy Act

        • c. 21st Amendment

        • d. HOLC

        • e. Glass Steagall Banking Act

          • FDIC

        • f. SEC


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B. 100 Days

  • 2. Farmers = Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA)

Farmer with his allotment of cotton seed which he has just bought cooperatively at

Roanoke Farms, North Carolina (Library of Congress)


The New Deal

  • B. 100 Days

    • 3. Industrial Recovery = National Industrial Recovery Act

      • a) NRA

      • b) 7(a)

      • c) Schechter v. U.S.


The New Deal

B. 100 Days

4. Federal Relief =

  • a. Federal Emergency Relief Act (FERA)

  • b. Civil Works Administration (CWA)

  • C. Civilian Conservation Corp. (CCC)

  • d. Public Works Administration (PWA)


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  • B. 100 Days

    • 5. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • A. New Deal and Its Critics

      • 1. Critics on the Right


The New Deal

  • III. The Second New Deal

    • A. New Deal and Its Critics

      • 2. Dr. Francis Townsend


The New Deal

  • III. The Second New Deal

    • A. New Deal and Its Critics

      • 3. Father Charles Coughlin


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • A. New Deal and Its Critics

      • 4. Senator Huey P. (“Kingfish”) Long


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • B. Works Progress Administration (WPA, 1935)


The New Deal

  • III. The Second New Deal

    • B. Works Progress Administration (WPA, 1935)


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • C. Rise of Unions

      • 1. Wagner Act (National Labor Relations Act & NLRB)

      • 2. John L. Lewis & CIO


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • C. Rise of Unions

      • 3. Strikes

        • a. GM, Sit Down Strike

        • b. Steel


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • D. Social Security Act (1935)


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  • III. The Second New Deal

    • E. Election of 1936 & Roosevelt Coalition


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  • IV. End of the New Deal

    • 1. Supreme Court

      • a) Defeat of NRA & AAA

      • b) “Court Packing” = Judiciary Reorganization Bill

      • c) Reaction

      • d) Results


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  • IV. End of the New Deal

    • 2. Recession of 1937-1938


The New Deal

  • IV. End of the New Deal

    • 2. Recession of 1937-1938

      • “deficit spending” & John Maynard Keynes

    • 3. Congressional Election of 1938

    • 4. Clouds of War divert attention


The New Deal

  • V. Lasting Impact of New Deal

    • A. Criticisms


The New Deal

  • V. Lasting Impact of New Deal

    • B. Support


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