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The Great Depression History 17B Mr. Bsharah
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Questions to Consider How did Hoover respond to the crash of the stock market and the economy? What were the causes of the Great Depression? What were the major policy initiatives of the New Deal? How did the New Deal recast the meaning of American freedom? Who were the major critics of FDR and his New Deal program? How did the New Deal effect the political, social, and economic institutions in the United States?
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FDR and New Deal Priming the Pump The First New Deal Concern is Recovery and Ending the Panic (Use of Fireside Chats) Programs Include: CCC, AAA, FDIC, TVA, SEC, FHA Known as the 100 Days Second New Deal
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Unformatted text preview: Criticism from the Right and Left Supreme Court Attempt to deal with causes of poverty Programs Include: WPA, Rural Electric Admin, Social Security, Wagner Act, Fair Labor and Standards Act American Cultural Scene in 1930s Golden Age of Radio: Medium needed to cope with hard times, comedy shows and soap operas Hollywood: Industry almost went bankrupt in 1931-32 by 1933 begins to make comeback, Movies deal with contemporary themes and reinforce stereotypes of women and blacks Literature: matched the nations depressed and discouraged mood, cynical writing that challenged the fundamental promises of American ideology...
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