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More recently, the Court has placed tighter limits on Congress’s power to regulate interstate commerce. In United States v. Lopez (1995), the Court struck down a law that banned people from having hand- guns near a school. The Court said Congress was not justified in basing this law on its power to regulate interstate commerce. The New Deal 709 Choosing to work despite the strike, a storekeeper at the Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation tries to pass through picket lines. THINKING CRITICALLY CONNECT TO HISTORY 1. Developing Historical Perspective Lawyers for Jones and Laughlin said that the Wagner Act violated the Tenth Amendment. Chief Justice Hughes said that since the act fell within the scope of the commerce clause, the Tenth Amendment did not apply. Read the Tenth Amendment and then write a paragraph defending Hughes’s position. SEE SKILLBUILDER HANDBOOK, PAGE R11. CONNECT TO TODAY 2. Visit the links for Historic Decisions of the Supreme Court and read the opening sections of United States v. Lopez. There, Chief Justice Rehnquist offers a summary of the Court’s interpretation of the commerce clause over the years. Summarize in your own words Rehnquist’s descrip- tion of the current meaning of the commerce clause. I INTERNET ACTIVITY CLASSZONE.COM p0708-709aspe-0623sc 10/17/02 9:06 AM Page 709
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TERMS & NAMES For each term or name below, write a sentence explaining its historical significance or contribution to the New Deal. 1. Franklin Delano Roosevelt 6. Mary McCloud Bethune 2. New Deal 7. Congress of Industrial 3. Eleanor Roosevelt Organizations (CIO) 4. Works Progress 8. Orson Welles Administration (WPA) 9. Richard Wright 5. Social Security Act 10. Tennessee Valley Authority MAIN IDEAS Use your notes and the information in the chapter to answer the following questions. A New Deal Fights the Depression (pages 694–700) 1. How did Franklin Roosevelt change the role of the federalgovernment during his first Hundred Days? 2. Summarize the reasons why some people opposed the New Deal. The Second New Deal Takes Hold (pages 701–707) 3. In what ways did the New Deal programs extend federal aid? 4.How did the Wagner Act help working people? 5. Summarize the impact the New Deal had on various ethnic groups. 6.Why did many urban voters support Roosevelt and theDemocratic party?

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