Reminder: pp 634-641 at the end of Chapter 20 and Chapter 21 are the reading requirements for this topic



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History 141 Reading Support Great Depression and the New Deal
Reminder: pp 634-641 at the end of Chapter 20 and Chapter 21 are the reading requirements for this topic.
Factors that contributed to the Great Depression (GD)

Hoover’s response – voluntarism Problems w/ approach RFC

Reno – Farm Holiday Ass’n Election 1928

FDR Fireside Chats 1st Inaugural Emergency Banking Act

First New Deal: Goals

Agencies: FDIC NRA AAA PWA CCC TVA

HOLC 20th Amendment 21st Amendment

US v Butler Blue Eagle US v Schechter


CIO – Lewis GM sit down strike 1937 UAW


Critics of 1st New Deal: Know why and suggestions of each – how pressured FDR


Long Sinclair & EPIC Coughlin Townsend

2nd New Deal: How does it differ from the first?


Revenue Act REA Wagner Act (National Labor Relations Act)

Social Security – who is omitted from the system?


Changing ideas about the role of Government Changing ideas of freedom

“Court-packing” Roosevelt Recession Keynesian economics

E. Roosevelt Frances Perkins Harry Hopkins


Impact of the New Deal on Various Groups: Gains and Limitations


Women African Americans Native Americans

S. veto Collier


Scottsburo Boys Indian Reorganization Act
Mexican Americans Discrimination in New Deal
La Raza

Popular front Communism in the Thirties


“redefining the people”

Impact of New Deal/Thirties on civil liberties



HUAC


*Evaluation of the New Deal – effectiveness – limitations ---legacy


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