Great Depression, Seeds of the New Deal, and The New Deal and New Challenges – Chapters 24-25




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Resources for Reading Quiz D

·         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the 1929-1933 Era (Republican administration of Hoover and the Great Crash and the first years of the depression
What are you looking for?

-          Notice the categories of laborers, farmers, and veterans and the new category of the unemployed.

-          Notice government efforts to help business and later to provide relief (aid to people with food and shelter)

-          Notice foreign policy changes.

·         Thinking Tools to Help You with the Great Depression and the New Deal (tools to help you understand the crisis of the Great Depression and what the New Deal did in response to the elements of that crisis).
What are you looking for?

-          What does the textbook show you about the reasons for the failure of the stock market? the crisis of liquidity of the banks? the country’s fundamentals for banks, business, and farmers? the workers?

-          What is the connection between each problem in the crisis and each policy in the New Deal?

·         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the 1933-1939 Era (Footnotes provide descriptions to help you keep this era straight.)
What are you looking for?

-          Notice the problems and the policies.

-          Notice the new institutions created in this period.




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