Chapter 23:. The Great Depression and the New Deal Shannon O’Malley. Essential questions. 1.) What were the victories and failures of Roosevelt’s “New Deal”? 2 .) In what ways was the Great Depression resolved or made worse?
The Great Depression and the New Deal
1.) What were the victories and failures of Roosevelt’s “New Deal”?
2.) In what ways was the Great Depression resolved or made worse?
3.) What federal programs designed to bring about relief, recovery, and reform, actually helped the American citizens the most?
The Emergency Banking Relief Act
PWA Public Works Administration
The Hundred Day’s Congress
SSA Social Security Administration
TVA Tennessee Valley Authority
WPA Work Projects (Progress) Administration
The New Deal
AAA Agricultural Adjustment Administration
Committee for Industrial Organization (CIO).
CWA Civil Works Administration
FERA Federal Emergency Relief Administration
FHA Federal Housing Administration
FSA Farm Security Administration
HOLC Home Owners Loan Corporation
NRA National Recovery Administration
FDR stimulated the liquor industry.
Congress legalized light wine and beer.
They also added a $5 tax on every barrel.
In 1938, the Fair Labor Standards Act was created to set up minimum wage and maximum hour limitations. Mostly for industrial workers.
1.) What was the name “Hundred Day’s Congress” in reference to?
2.) What was FDR’s platform slogan in both of his elections, and who were they meant to assist?
3.) Name two reasons why FDR was accused of being Socialist and power-abusive:
4.) Name two organizations created during FDR’s presidency, and which group of people did they foster the needs of?