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Chapter 26- Franklin D. Rooseveltand the New Deal (1929-1939) (Word Count -375)The chapter begins by discussing the consumer goods revolution. The bull market crashedwhich resulted on October 29 which hurt the economy. The great depression resulted in povertyand dislocation. People still invested in stocks. The stock market crash began when peoplestarted selling their stocks and there was a decline in consumer spending on goods, layoffsoccurring, and more. The great depression had a huge physical and mental effect on individuallives. The middle class experienced the most consequences brought by the Great depression.The Republicans were not able to end the great depression which resulted in Democratsgaining their power again. Hoover Hobart forcefully dispersed the Bonus Army. Franklin D.Roosevelt defeated Hoover in 1932.The principal accomplishments of the Hundred Days included saving the nation's banks andpassing 15 pieces of legislation. Some of the measures of Roosevelt’s new deal measure includeTennessee Valley Authority, the civilian conservation corps, Works Progress Administration, andmore.

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