Fall 2014 Revision Name: Period: DateFall 2014 Revision Name: Period: Date
Directions: You should use only the timeline on pages 534-535 of the textbook to answer the following questions about this particular time period
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Chapter 15: The New Deal Unit 3 The Great DepressionChapter 15: The New Deal Unit 3 The Great Depression
Essential Question: How did the us and other countries respond to the rise of capitalism, economic collapse and the development of social welfare programs?
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Unit 8: Great Depression Vocabulary Before, you learnedUnit 8: Great Depression Vocabulary Before, you learned
Before, you learned: The Roaring Twenties was a time of great prosperity for many Americans
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Great Depression & New Deal Cheat Sheet Black ThursdayGreat Depression & New Deal Cheat Sheet Black Thursday
Supply Side Theory (supply and demand later would lead to overproduction of manufactured goods)
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Name: Ashton Seip Subject: us history PeriodName: Ashton Seip Subject: us history Period
Tsw compare and contrast the presidencies of Herbert Hoover and Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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The New Deal—Helpful or Hurtful?The New Deal—Helpful or Hurtful?
Federal Emergency Relief Administration (fera), Tennessee Valley Authority (tva), and Social Security. Good or bad, the idea that “something must be done” influenced the New Deal from 1933 through 1936 and public confidence increased
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The First New Deal: 1933-1934The First New Deal: 1933-1934
British economist John Maynard Keynes, who believed that a government’s deficit spending could prime the economic pump and jump-start the economy
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Agency What Did it Do? Which R? Is It Still Around Today?Agency What Did it Do? Which R? Is It Still Around Today?
The farmers were paid subsidies by the federal government for letting a portion of their fields lie fallow. The money for these subsidies was generated through an exclusive tax on companies which processed farm products
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Instructor: Jared LofranoInstructor: Jared Lofrano
A majority of the work for this class will be completed outside of school, and much of the reading will be college level
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Rupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond1 by Harry CleaverRupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond1 by Harry Cleaver
It is the overall thesis of this paper that Marx’s labor theory of value still provides vital aid in helping us understand these historical developments
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Action to Quiet Title vs to Private Allodial PropertyAction to Quiet Title vs to Private Allodial Property
Federal and State Constitution or; forever abandon any claim of interest in our property and stop the fraudulent and scandalous action to foreclose on their fraudulent chattel paper
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Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Impact on Georgia (SS8H9d)Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Impact on Georgia (SS8H9d)
The President visited, Georgia a total of
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Famine in Central Europe, Unemployment for soldiers returning home from war, and rebuilding and recovery after the destruction caused by World War 1
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