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C1. Depression Problems. C2. Depression Arts. C3. Hoover. C4. FDR. C5. Alphabet Soup Agencies. C6. Potpourri. Depression Problems. Depression Arts. Hoover. FDR. Alphabet Agencies. Potpourri. $100. $100. $100. $100. $ 1 00. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200.

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C1

Depression

Problems

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C2

Depression Arts

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C3

Hoover

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C4

FDR

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C5

Alphabet Soup Agencies

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C6

Potpourri

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Depression Problems

Depression Arts

Hoover

FDR

Alphabet Agencies

Potpourri

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depression

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Shantytowns where the homeless lived were called this

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Hoovervilles

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A group that were gassed and shot at when they marched on Washington to protest against Hoover

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The Bonus Army

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The nickname for the drought stricken area of the Great Plains

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The Dust Bowl

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To regain Americans trust in US banks, FDR established this agency to insure depositors’ money

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FDIC

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A place / art form where many families of the depression escaped their problems

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movies

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The Shadow was an example of this type of entertainment

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Radio program

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Folk singer of the 1930s who traveled the US and wrote songs about the depression

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Woody Guthrie

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Wrote the book the Grapes of Wrath

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John Steinbeck

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Biggest child movie star of the 1930s (not Judy Garland)

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Shirley Temple

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Quote that described Hoover’s belief in how Americans should solve their own problems

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Rugged Individualism

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Hoover’s political party

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Republican

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Hoover’s 1928 campaign promise to every American

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A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage

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The biggest public works project that Hoover authorized during his presidency

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The Colorado (Hoover) Dam

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Presidential candidate who was whipped by Hoover in 1928

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Al Smith

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Name for FDR’s domestic program to fix the depression

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The New Deal

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Name for radio broadcasts where FDR would speak directly to the American people

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Fireside chats

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FDR’s wife (and cousin)

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Eleanor Roosevelt

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FDR’s shady plan to add judges to the Supreme Court

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Courtpacking

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Three main goals of the New Deal

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Relief, Reform, Recovery

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Agency that gave a pension to the elderly and disabled

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SSA

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Gave jobs on conservation projects to single males

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CCC

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Aided the farmers

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AAA

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Built bridges, highways, etc

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PWA

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Paid artists to document the depression

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WPA

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Senator from Louisiana nicknamed the Kingfish

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Huey Long

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Goal of FERA agency

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Direct relief (or just relief)

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Codes of fair competition and collective bargaining

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NRA

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When stock prices rise, it is known as this kind of market

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Bull

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WPA Photographer who most famously documented the Great Depression

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Dorothea Lange

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Final

Jeopardy

Causes of the Depression

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Contestants:

Please put down your

writing tools and

wait for further

instructions.

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Overextension of Credit

Overexpansion of business

Buying on Margin

No controls on the economy

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That's all

for today.

Good luck on

your test!