CHAPTER 33


 DAILY HOMEWORK

FOR THE EXAM
A. Administration of FDR 
(Election success, Voter turn out in 1932, New Deal objectives, FDR's "Brain Trust"/Support-staff, importance of Eleanor and overall legacies/impacts on America) 

B. NEW DEAL PROGRAMS!!!! 
(Be sure to know the "ins" and "outs" of each, what they did, which of the 3R's they covered and the success/failure of some) 
(THE CHART SHOULD HELP YOU!!)

C. Miscellaneous Info 
(FDR's Court Packing - New Deal Critics and their ideas - Labor Issues, Constitutional Amendments, Issues with Minorities, the Dust Bowl etc) 

** HERE IS A SPECIAL HINT.. BE SURE TO KNOW SOME OF THE IMPORTANT DETAILS FROM THE PANIC OF 1893... YOU MAY BE ASKED TO COMPARE THIS TO THE GREAT DEPRESSION...

** This test will feature 24 CONTENT MC, 8 STIMULUS and 3 SAQ Essays.

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HOMEWORK FOR 3/8
Answer the following question in a "Deconstructed Essay Format" -- Group all evidence for each section of the question and then provide some analysis regarding the content. Finish the work by writing a thesis statement. 
The prompt is:
Describe the impact of FDR's New Deal on the most "depressed" Americans.
Consider:
     - Revival of Spirits
     - Restoring Confidence
     - The 3Rs

HOMEWORK FOR 3/7
Print out all necessary handouts for Chapter 33. 

Begin reading Chapter 33 and complete the  READING GUIDE AND VOCAB
In addition, print out the C33 - NEW DEAL PROGRAMS CHART and begin filling in the required information. Almost all the information you need can be found in the textbook. If you prefer, you can download the chart into Google Sheets and complete it in your drive. 

I plan to work quickly through this chapter as well. ANTICIPATE an Exam by Wednesday. 
Please come to class prepared to discuss topics from what you read. 

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CHAPTER SUMMARY

Chapter 33 Summary
Confident, aristocratic Roosevelt swept into office with an urgent mandate to cope with the depression emergency. His bank holiday and frantic Hundred Days lifted spirits and created a host of new agencies to provide for relief to the unemployed, economic recovery, and permanent reform of the system.
Roosevelts programs put millions of the unemployed back on the job through federal action. As popular demagogues like Huey Long and Father Charles Coughlin increased their appeal to the suffering population, Roosevelt developed sweeping programs to reorganize and reform American history, labor, and agriculture. The TVA, Social Security, and the Wagner Act brought far-reaching changes that especially benefited the economically disadvantaged.
Conservatives furiously denounced the New Deal, but Roosevelt formed a powerful coalition of urbanites, labor, new immigrants, blacks, and the South that swept him to victory in 1936.
A decade after the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, women began to exercise their rights, both politically and intellectually.
Roosevelts Court-packing plan failed, but the Court finally began approving New Deal legislation. The later New Deal encountered mounting conservative opposition and the stubborn persistence of unemployment. Although the New Deal was highly controversial, it saved America from extreme right-wing or left-wing dictatorship.

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