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Lit and Arts review session

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Lit and Arts review session: -2 ½ hours; use outlines for essays, clear thesis, think out points 7 terms, choose 6 -identify two terms locating each in historical context and describe its significance. An image will be shown to help you. -Resettlement Administrations Greenbelt Town Program: the New Deal, 1930’s (1933-38), programs in response to depression, not successful because it was too expensive, only 3 built, goals were to reconfigure where housing would be located, suburbs were implicit in their goals, limited communities (10,000 population), Rexwell Tugwell head of administration= take ppl out of city knock down everything and build parks, they did not build parks. Greenbelt- Maryland, Greendale WI, Greenhills Ohio. Restricted area they did not want population to grow= containing sprawl. Riverside Illinois (image)- original looks like Mt. Auburn cemetery; public parks movement and city beautiful. English picturesque tradition (Olmsted + Vaux) constructed to look natural, a lot of curves. Suburb, 1869 (mid to late 19 th century). Right before the
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