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Week 7 Documents and      Flivver King      Reading Guide     1. Document 83 in  The Radical Reader,  Huey Long, “Share Our Wealth,” (1935) How does Long’s document represent a radical attack on Roosevelt’s New Deal?  How specifically does Long want to go further in his programs than Roosevelt? How does this document support the argument that Gerstle is making in Chapter 4  about radicalism during the New Deal? How does Long identify overproduction and underconsumption as problems?  What are the solutions to these problems? 2. Document 88 in  the Radical Reader,  Angelo Herndon, “You Cannot Kill the  Working Class,” (1937) How specifically are the lines of the racial nation enforced in the case of Angelo  Herndon? How does the legacy of racial slavery continue to live on in the South some 75  years after its end? How does this document support the argument that Gerstle is making in Chapter 4 
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course PSTL 1231 taught by Professor Jasonstahl during the Spring '11 term at Minnesota.

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