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New Deal - Lecture Outline I Franklin Roosevelt a The Man b...

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Day Ten FDR and the New Deal Big Questions: What personality and initiatives did Franklin Roosevelt bring with him to the White House? How did “average Americans” help create the New Deal? What were the major success and failures of the New Deal? Key Terms: Franklin D. Roosevelt Emergency Banking Act Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) National Recovery Administration (NRA) Public Works Administration (PWA) Grand Coulee Dam Social Security Act (1935) Eleanor Roosevelt Molly Dewson Frances Perkins Wagner Act John Lewis Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) American Liberty League Jesse Jones
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Unformatted text preview: Lecture Outline: I. Franklin Roosevelt a. The Man b. The Politician c. The President II. The New Deal a. The First Stage i. Providing Relief and Recovery 1. Agriculture 2. Water b. The Second Stage i. Providing Reform c. Leading an Army of Reformers i. The New Deal Coalition ii. Women and the New Deal iii. Labor and the New Deal 1. The CIO 2. The Wagner Act III. The Struggles to Reform a. FDR’s Challengers i. The Courts ii. Conservatives iii. The Economy IV. Taking Stock of the New Deal a. The New Deal and Women b. The New Deal and African Americans c. The New Deal and Labor d. The New Deal and the West e. Final Assessment...
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