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1. Why does Hoover say that the election of 1932 "...is a contest between two philosophies of gov't." (601)

2. Roosevelt's "Brain Trust" and examples of people who were on it (602)

3. How does Eleanor Roosevelt help FDR politically (601-602)

4. Three goals of the First New Deal (602)

5. Bank "holiday" (603)

6. Fireside Chats (603)

7. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) (603)

8. Securities and Exchange Commission (603)

9. Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) (604)

10. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) (604)

11. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) (604)

12. National Recovery Administration (NRA)

13. Public Works Administration (PWA)

14. Explain why conservatives felt FDR’s New Deal went too far with its reforms (605)

15. Explain why liberals felt FDR’s New Deal didn’t do enough to help Americans (606)

16. Father Charles Coughlin (606-607)

17. Huey Long (607)

18. Describe the multiple goals of the Second New Deal (608)

19. Works Progress Administration (WPA): what is accomplished and why many came to criticize it (609)

20. John Maynard Keynes’ economic theory (609)

21. Social Security Act of 1935 (609)

22. Rural Electrification Act (609)

23. Subsidies and their impact on the farm sector (609)

24. Wagner Act (612)

25. Collective Bargaining (612)
26. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (612)

27. Congress of Industrial Organizations (612)

28. Sit-down Strike (613)
29. Schechter v. US (614)

30. FDR’s Court “Packing” fiasco: why FDR tried to do it and the impact of this action (614)

31. What factors lead to the Recession of 1937-1938 (615)

32. How does Eleanor Roosevelt transform the office of First Lady (616-617)

33. Frances Perkins (617)
34. Mary McLeod Bethune (617)
35. FDR’s “Black Cabinet” (618)

36. Indian New Deal (619)

37. New Deal Coalition (619)

38. Examples of how New Deal legislation expanded the role of gov’t (620-622)

39. Welfare State (623)

40. Ways that FDR changed the role of the Presidency (624-625)

41. Twenty Second Amendment (625)
42. Examples of how radio and movies were changing the lives of average Americans (626-628)

43. Examples of how Federal Funding helped the arts prosper (629)

44. Dorothea Lange (629)

45. Arguments against the fed’l gov’t funding the arts (629)

46. The Grapes of Wrath (630)

47. Richard Wright’s Native Son (630)



48. Lillian Hellman (630)


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