The New Deal. FDR offers relief and recovery. Hoover Believed that depression relief should come from state and local governments and private agencies. Roosevelt Believed that the depression required strong action and leadership by the federal government. Hoover vs. Roosevelt.
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FDR offers relief and recovery
Believed that depression relief should come from state and local governments and private agencies.
Believed that the depression required strong action and leadership by the federal government.Hoover vs. Roosevelt
This campaign is more than a contest between two men…It’s a contest between two philosophies of government.
Inauguration of FDR, March 4, 1933
Saving the Banks as the
Bank run, New York City, 1931
FDR signing the Emergency Banking Relief Act into law.
Fireside Chats as the
FDR’s first fireside chat on the bank crisis. (March 12, 1933)
The New Deal as the
II. as the plans for economic Recovery
I.Relief for the unemployed
The New Deal had three major goals:
Concluding Videos: 1) FDR (3:26) 2) First New Deal: First Hundred Days (5:26)
III. Reforms to prevent another depression
New Deal program #1
Building Big Ridge Dam (TN)
Lights for the Barnyard (TN)
New Deal program #2 as the
Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Workers covering the stream in Cain Park, Cleveland Park, OH
Edward Laning and assistants at work on his mural “The Role of the Immigrant in the Industrial Development of America” – New York, NY
New Deal program #3
Linemen on utility poles.
New Deal program #4 as the
Public Works Administration (PWA)
Hollywood High School, Los Angeles, CA
New York City’s Tri-Borough Bridge
New Deal program #5 as the
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)
Worker During Bridge Construction
Camp Euclid, OHSeptember, 1936
New Deal program #6 as the
Children Cared for by Visiting Housekeeper in Oklahoma (1935)
Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA)
View From Summer Camp for Underprivileged Children, Washington (1935)
New Deal program #7 as the
Poster from Georgia
Social Security Administration (SSA)
New Deal program #8 as the
National Recovery Administration (NRA)
New Deal program #9 as the
Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)
Farmers receiving checks St. Augstine, Texas (1939)
New Deal program #10 as the
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Ms. Lydia Lobsiger, the first person to be paid for deposits in an insured closed bank.