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Franklin D. Roosevelt as President and Commander-in-Chief (died April 12, 1945) I. Herbert Hoover’s Failure to Deal with the Depression II. FDR’s “New Deal” A. Emergency Banking Act & Glass-Steagall Act (1933) B. Securities and Exchange Commission (1934) C. Agricultural Adjustment Act (1933) – Struck down by Supreme Court in 1936 D. National Recovery Administration – Struck down by Supreme Court in 1935, National Industrial Recovery Act (1933) & Public Works Administration E. Tennessee Valley Authority (1933) F. Federal Emergency Relief Act (1933) G. Civilian Conservation Corps (1933) H. Francis Perkins – Secretary of Labor (1933-1945) III. Critics of New Deal: Right – DuPont Family and American Liberty League (1934) and Left – Father Charles Coughlin (also isolationist) and Huey Long IV. John L. Lewis and AFL-Congress of Industrial Organizations (1935) V. “Second New Deal” A. National Labor Relations Act (Wagner Act) (1935) B. Social Security Act (1935) C. Harry Hopkins & Works Progress Administration (1935) D. Attempting to Pack the Supreme Court (1937) VI.
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