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ModAmerica. Chapter 24 with Pictures 5th ed.doc

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Chapter 24: The New Deal Experiment, 1932-1939 New Deal (651) Banking Reform/FDIC (658) FERA/CWA/CCC (660) Agricultural Adjustment Act (662) National Recovery Administration (663) Welfare State (667) WPA (667-668) Wagner Act (669) Social Security (670-671) Indian Reorganization Act (673) Describe FDR’s background. Would you expect him to be an effective leader? (652-653) Describe the condition of the Democratic Party in 1932. How could they win? (653-654) Explain: “…Roosevelt and many others knew that the future of American capitalism and democracy was at stake.” (657) Describe the basic ideas behind the New Deal. Where did Roosevelt go for ideas? (657-658) What similarities do you see between New Dealers and Progressive or Populist activists of an earlier generation? What key differences do you see? (658) Why did many people attack the New Deal? Why do the authors say it was attacked from the “right” and from the “left”?
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