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The New Deal and Reform

The New Deal and Reform

The New Deal and Reform. Chapter 27 1933-1940. Roosevelt and the New Deal. Chapter 27 Section 1. First 100 Days. Roosevelt called Congress into a special session that lasted from March 9 to June 6, 1933.

By lotus
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The Great Depression and New Deal

The Great Depression and New Deal

The Great Depression and New Deal. Fundamental Causes of the Depression. Drop in farm prices Massively uneven distribution of income “Get rich quick” schemes in real estate and especially in stocks Overextension of credit Increased inventories of goods

By eve
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The Great Depression

The Great Depression

The Great Depression. 1929-1941. Music of the Great Depression. You’re Never Fully Dressed without a Smile http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X1m2pa5GyEA Somewhere Over the Rainbow http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSZxmZmBfnU In a Shanty in an Old Shanty Town

By skyler
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CHAPTER 13, SECTION 1 FDR OFFERS RELIEF AND RECOVERY

CHAPTER 13, SECTION 1 FDR OFFERS RELIEF AND RECOVERY

CHAPTER 13, SECTION 1 FDR OFFERS RELIEF AND RECOVERY. THE GREAT DEPRESSION CHALLENGED THE FAITH OF AMERICANS THAT DEMOCRACY COULD HANDLE THE CRISIS OF THE DEPRESSION – GERMANY, JAPAN AND ITALY TURNED TO DICTATORS. FDR’S NEW DEAL HAD GREAT SIGNIFICANCE BECAUSE

By luisa
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The New Deal

The New Deal

The New Deal. The New Deal. The United States during the 1930s. Debbie Donnelly, Kirkland H.S. and Jim Birney, Fife Education. Choose from. Background. The New Deal. Success or Failure?. Glossary. Web Sites. The Background – early 1930s.

By chika
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The Great Depression, 1929 - 1941

The Great Depression, 1929 - 1941

The Great Depression, 1929 - 1941. Unit 10: The Great Depression RUSH Mrs. Baker. Objectives:. Understand the causes and consequences of the Great Depression. Understand the weak actions of Hoover to limit the damage of the Great Depression.

By elga
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The Great Depression and the New Deal

The Great Depression and the New Deal

The Great Depression and the New Deal. Introduction.

By lot
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7.3: The 1930s & the Great Depression

7.3: The 1930s & the Great Depression

7.3: The 1930s & the Great Depression. Follow along in the student packet: “Content students MUST KNOW to be successful on the GHSGT” (p. 135-136). Click Here. 3.3 Content. Unemployment, 1929-1942. Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal . Wagner Act, 1938. Unemployment, 1929-1942. 5. 0.

By marsha
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THE DIRTY THIRTIES

THE DIRTY THIRTIES

THE DIRTY THIRTIES. The Great Depression 1929 - 1939. The Boom – Economic Prosperity. Based on the Stock Market Wild speculation – buying risky stocks – prices rose Bought stocks on margin – money they didn’t have

By muncel
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Opposition to the New Deal

Opposition to the New Deal

Opposition to the New Deal. Many Americans still desperately poor Worst hit were blacks & poor farmers Key figure: Dr. Francis Townsend Old Age Revolving Pension Plan Campaigned for $200 /month pensions for 60 yrs , providing they spent it in same month, thus stimulating the economy

By idalee
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The Great Depression

The Great Depression

The Great Depression. Causes. Drop in farm income. Low factory wages. Worldwide depression. Underconsumption. Margin buying of stocks. Business Cycle 1890-1940. Initial “wait and see” attitude. Government works programs. Reconstruction Finance Corporation Bonus March. Hoover’s Response.

By pete
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The end of Hoover

The end of Hoover

The end of Hoover. The Bonus March July 1932. Election 1932. Hoover and Roosevelt. Franklin Roosevelt, 1933. Franklin D. Roosevelt. A Patrician in Government From a an old, wealthy family Married a cousin Eleanor Roosevelt Contracted polio in 1921 The Making of a Politician

By carl
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FEDERALISM

FEDERALISM

FEDERALISM. FEDERALISM. Love it? Hate it? It depends. Definition: Power split between central government and the states

By karl
(117 views)

Happy Days Are Here Again!

Happy Days Are Here Again!

Happy Days Are Here Again!. FDR and the New Deal. Election of 1932. Franklin Delano Roosevelt ran on the Democratic ticket in the election of 1932 . “Happy Days Are Here Again!” Herbert Hoover was nominated by the Republican party; unpopular due to the Depression and Bonus Army .

By watson
(257 views)

Chapter 33

Chapter 33

Chapter 33. The Great depression and the New Deal. FDR: Politician in a Wheelchair. Disabled from polio at a younger age Taught him patience, tolerance, compassion and strength of will Eleanor: Distant cousin of FDR and niece of TR “Eyes and ears” for Franklin

By brandy
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FDR and the First New Deal

FDR and the First New Deal

FDR and the First New Deal. Pages 722-726. Objective. Describe the background of FDR. Franklin D. Roosevelt. Democrat New York 1933-1945. FDR the Man. Aristocratic family values Strong sense of civic duty Competitive athletics Commitment to public service Groton Harvard

By decima
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New Deal

New Deal

New Deal. First Hundred Days. Brain Trust – FDR’s Advisors 20 th Amendment – shortened lame duck period FDR and his advisors created any programs in which Congress approved the first 100 days. Banking Crisis was biggest Push to end Prohibition – 21 st Amendment

By wilton
(86 views)

The Great Depression and The New Deal

The Great Depression and The New Deal

The Great Depression and The New Deal. The Economy- trouble in paradise The Crash of 1929 Causes of the Depression The Hoover Years FDR and the New Deal The First 100 Days. Inequality of the Wealth in the 1920s. Real wages increased 21%. Inequality of the Wealth in the 1920s.

By kale
(94 views)

New Deal Programs

New Deal Programs

New Deal Programs. US History Government. Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA). Enacted in the year 1933 Protected farmers from price drops by providing crop subsidies to reduce production, educational programs to teach methods of preventing soil erosion . Civil Works Administration (CWA).

By gomer
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Chapter 37 The Great Depression and the New Deal 1933-1938

Chapter 37 The Great Depression and the New Deal 1933-1938

Chapter 37 The Great Depression and the New Deal 1933-1938. Election of 1932. Republicans nominated Herbert Hoover. Democrats nominated Franklin D. Roosevelt.

By uriel-strong
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