Great Depression and New Deal outline

Great Depression and New Deal outline - B. Significant...

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Great Depression and New Deal outline I. Causes of the Great Depression A. Economic intelligence B. Foreign trade C. Maldistribution of wealth D. Investments E. Real estate bubble F. Political leadership G. Republican politics II. Herbert Hoover – before the economic collapse A. Rise to wealth B. Rise to political power and influence 1. World War I 2. Mississippi Flood of 1927 C. 1928 Election D. Pre-depression policies 1. rejected Coolidge’s laissez-faire policies 2. Equal opportunity 3. Reform III. The Great Depression A. Unemployment B. Decline in income C. Hoovervilles D. Agricultural overproduction IV. Global Crisis V. Hoover – after the crash A. Post-depression policies B. Public relations VI. 1932 Election VII. Roosevelt A. Background
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Unformatted text preview: B. Significant aspects to his presidency 1. Role of congress 2. Dominance of political culture 3. Personal presidency VIII. The New Deal A. Relief, Recovery Reform B. First 100 days IX. Critics of Roosevelt A. Liberty League B. Upton Sinclair C. Huey Long D. Communist Party E. CIO F. Father Coughlin G. Francis Townsend X. The Second New Deal XI. New Deal Coalition and the Election of 1936 A. The making of the modern Democratic Party B. Constituents C. Regions XII. The Dust Bowl XIII. Impact and Limits of the New Deal A. Limits 1. Court packing 2. NRA and AAA 3. National debt B. Cultural impact C. Documentary impulse D. Communist Party E. Film and music...
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