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23 The New Deal QUIT CHAPTER OBJECTIVE INTERACT WITH HISTORY TIME LINE VISUAL SUMMARY SECTION A New Deal Fights the Depression 1 SECTION The Second New Deal Takes Hold 2 SECTION The New Deal Affects Many Groups 3 SECTION Culture in the 1930s 4 SECTION The Impact of the New Deal 5 MAP GRAPH
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23 The New Deal HOME CHAPTER OBJECTIVE To understand the impetus for FDR’s New Deal legislations and the impact these policies had on the American nation
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23 W I T H H I S T O R Y I N T E R A C T How would you begin to revive the economy? Examine the Issues It is 1933, the height of the Great Depression. Thousands of banks and businesses have failed, and a quarter of the adult population is out of work. Now a new president takes office, promising to bring relief to the ailing economy. • What can be done to ease unemployment? • How can the government help failing industries? HOME • What would you do to restore public confidence and economic security? • How would you get money to pay for your proposed recovery programs? The New Deal
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23 The United States The World 1940 President Roosevelt is elected a third time. 1935 Congress passes the Social Security Act. 1935 Mussolini leads Italian invasion of Ethiopia. British Parliament passes the Government of India Act. 1937 Labor unions begin using sit-down strikes. 1937 Japan invades Northern China. Hindenburg disaster 1939 The Wizard of Oz is released in movie theaters. 1939 Germany invades Poland. TIME LINE HOME 1933 Franklin Delano Roosevelt is inaugurated. 1933 Hitler and the Nazi party come to power in Germany. 1936 President Roosevelt is reelected. 1936 Civil war begins in Spain. 1938 Route 66 is completed, linking Chicago, Illinois, to Los Angeles, California. 1934 Congress creates the SEC to regulate the stock market. Indian Reorganization Act is passed. The New Deal
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1 A New Deal Fights the Depression President Roosevelt takes many actions to combat the Depression. OVERVIEW ASSESSMENT KEY IDEA MAP HOME
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1 A New Deal Fights the Depression OVERVIEW After becoming president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt used government programs to combat the Depression. Americans still benefit from programs begun in the New Deal, such as bank and stock market regulations and the Tennessee Valley Authority. MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW TERMS & NAMES HOME Franklin Delano Roosevelt Glass-Steagall Act Federal Securities Act National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) Huey Long deficit spending New Deal ASSESSMENT MAP
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1 A New Deal Fights the Depression 1. List problems that President Roosevelt confronted and how he tried to solve them. continued . . . Massive unemployment Bank holiday; treasury inspection; deposit insurance Federal work programs Paying farmers to slow crop production Lack of confidence in banks Low crop prices HOME Problems Solutions MAP ASSESSMENT
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1 A New Deal Fights the Depression 2. Of the New Deal programs discussed in this section, which do you consider the most important?
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