History 1302 Review 3

History 1302 Review 3 - A KEY TO SUCCESS HISTORY 1302 STUDY...

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A KEY TO SUCCESS: HISTORY 1302 STUDY SHEET #3 EXAM #3 unraveling of the progressive coalition Hawley-Smoot Tariff of 1930 progressive impulse for reform in the 1920’s New Era “normalcy” Florida real estate boom “Ohio Gang” Great Bull Market William G. Harding buying on “margin” Andrew W. Mellon economic warning signs in the late 1930’s Revenue Act of 1929 October 29, 1929 (“Black Tuesday”) Fordney-McCumber Tariff of 1922 fundamental unsoundness of the economy ramifications of the high tariff government policies and the Depression Harding’s attitude of government social hardships Teapot Dome Hoover’s actions during the Depression Albert B. Fall “Hoovervilles” “beloved President” voluntarism Nan Britton moratorium Harding’s accomplishments as president Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1932) Calvin Coolidge Glass-Steagall Act of 1932 Coolidge’s convictions concerning government Federal Home Loan Bank Act of 1932 “Silent Cal” “trickle-down theory” orthodox creed of business Emergency Relief Construction Act of 1932 Democrats in the 1920’s desperate farmers new economic ethic Scottsboro Boys consumer-goods industries “Bonus Expeditionary Force” Birth of a Nation General MacArthur and the Bonus Army Federal Radio Commission advances in transportation Air Commerce Act of 1926 Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. Model T Spindletop gusher Highland Park plant American Individualism Division of Simplified Practice trade-association movement agriculture in the 1920’s farm organizations in the 1920’s American Farm Bureau Federation farm bloc “parity” McNary-Haugen Bill of 1927 urban workers in the 1920’s organized labor open shop union membership Railway Labor Act of 1926 Alfred E. Smith Republican landslide milestone year of 1929 Hoover’s credentials as a humanitarian Agricultural Marketing Act of 1929
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three-pronged strategy of the New Dealers minorities and the New Deal “Happy Days Are Here Again” deportation Franklin D. Roosevelt Indian Reorganization Act poliomyelitis Norris v. Alabama (1935 “New Deal” Roosevelt and racial issues N o r m a n T h o m a s A l f r e d M . L a n d o n “interregnum of despair” Roosevelt’s electoral coalition Frances Perkins most enduring political change of the 1930’s
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