The United States is buried in a depression… the New Deal Continues. Times are tough for everyone…. Do Now: Evaluate for Irony. Information. New Deal/Depression Test on Monday - begin reviewing Moving to new sections beginning on Monday - Rise of dictators
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Times are tough for everyone…
- begin reviewing
- Rise of dictators
- prelude to a new war
- stranded motorists and
- scenes from the Walking
- more promises, heading out on the road to push his agenda
jobs as possible
- $11 billion cost
- put to work on random
- roads, airports, parks
- painted murals, plays
- photojournalists (Dorothea Lange)
- provided training for young people
- part time jobs
- Why was this program necessary?
- age 65 to help with
- payments from working
- some relief felt by Americans
- African American vote
- Union endorsement and vote
- caused by drought and poor soil conservation
- education, conservation
- paid to not plant certain crops
- identify lasting features of the New Deal
- Answer the following question:
Did the New Deal fix the problems associated with the Depression? Why or Why Not?
The 2nd New Deal didn’t “fix” the Depression. Should the government continue to spend money under Roosevelt’s plans or try something else? Explain your thinking.
Learning Scale Rating: Look at the objectives for the lesson, refer to the scale on the desk to rate your understand and mastery of the objectives – Place rating on Do Now Sheet to track progress