Guided Reading ActivityReview Questions: Outlining DIRECTIONS: Read the lesson and complete the outline below. Refer to your textbook to fill in the blanks.Lesson 1 The First New DealI. Roosevelt’s Rise to PowerA. FDR began his political career by being elected to the New York State Senateandthen later serving in the Wilsonadministration.B. In 1928 he was elected governerof the state of New York.C. His popularity paved the way for his election in 1932 as President. Hispolicies to end the Depression were called The New Deal.II. The Hundred DaysA. Because people thought that Roosevelt would abandon the gold standard,they withdrew their savings from banks. To prevent banks from collapsing, governors declared bank holidays.B. Roosevelt chose adviserswho disagreed with one another. He did thisso he could hear differentpoints of view.III. Banks and Debt ReliefA. Roosevelt asked Congress to pass the Emergency Banking Relief Act, which put an end tothe banking crisis.