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  1. 1 MINUTE

  2. For each quote, write Hoover or FDR to indicate who you believe made the statement.

  3. 1995 • Super Bowl Champs • Museum Opened in Cleveland • Death of Grateful Dead front man • 150 million watched this verdict live • This sheep was born • Release of 1st ever Pixar Movie

  4. Causes • Personal Debt • Overspeculation • Overproduction • Uneven Prosperity • Lack of Trade BLACK TUESDAY 10/29/29

  5. HOOVER • Rugged Individualism • Boulder Dam • Bonus Army • RFC

  6. 3 Rs of the NEW DEAL

  7. "I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a new deal for the American people. Let us all here assembled constitute ourselves prophets of a new order of competence and of courage. This is more than a political campaign; it is a call to arms. Give me your help, not to win votes alone, but to win in this crusade to restore America to its own people." • 1932 Democratic National Convention

  8. March 9-June 16 1933 Emergency Banking Act Reforestation Relief Act Civilian Conservation Corps End Gold Standard Federal Emergency Relief Act Agricultural Adjustment Act Tennessee Valley Authority Federal Securities Act National Employment System Act. Home Owners Refinancing Act National Industrial Recovery Act Public Works Administration National Recovery Administration Farm Credit Act Banking Act of 1933 FDIC

  9. I shall ask the Congress for the one remaining instrument to meet the crisis—broad Executive power to wage a war against the emergency, as great as the power that would be given to me if we were in fact invaded by a foreign foe.

  10. 1st Fireside Bank Holiday • March 6- FDR ordered all banks to close • Emergency Bank Relief Act- • Government investigated individual banks • Banks were reopened when deemed sound • Confidence returned to the banking system

  11. FDR’s wife’s name (Wheelchair) • What period of time became synonymous with the mass of legislation coming out of Washington after FDR took office? (3 Rs) • What are the 3 R’s of the New Deal? (3Rs) • What did the Glass-Steagall Act create? (Manages Money) • What does HOLC stand for? (Jobs for Jobless)

  12. Causes • Personal Debt • Overspeculation (buying on margin) • Overproduction • Uneven Prosperity • Lack of Trade BLACK TUESDAY 10/29/29

  13. HOOVER • Rugged Individualism • Boulder Dam • Bonus Army • RFC

  14. Election 1932

  15. FDR First 100 Days March 9 – June 16, 1933

  16. FDR- Polio? 1921 • National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis • March of Dimes

  17. Eleanor Roosevelt

  18. AAA • CCC • FERA • Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act • TVA • SEC • SSA • WPA • PWA • CWA • FHA • NRA • FDIC • Fair Labor Standards Act

  19. BRAIN TRUST • Economic intellectuals that helped devise the New Deal programs

  20. Fireside Chats • MONDAY- acronym quiz

  21. Shallow river crossing • Sandler, Ant, Smith • To puncture • To allow • Lasagna loving cat • State capital (4 answers)

  22. F.D.I.C. • Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation • Insures bank deposits up to $5,000 (then) $250,000(now)

  23. Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) • Created jobs for 3 million young, single men • Built roads and assisted in flood control • Reforestation • $30/month ($25 home)

  24. 1931-1941

  25. Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) • Paid farmers to limit production • In some cases, paid farmers to destroy crops • This lowered supply and increased prices

  26. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) • Goals • Control flooding • Produce electricity • Reforestation • Accomplishments • 9 major, 18 minor dams • Created jobs • Greatly improved farming conditions

  27. National Recovery Administration (NRA) • Set industry standards • Largely relied on member cooperation/integrity

  28. Federal Emergency Relief Administration • FERA • 3.1 billion in state/local grants • State/Local Public Works Projects • Harry Hopkins

  29. Civil Works Administration (CWA) • FERA Baby • 4 million employed • Federal • Short Lived

  30. Public Works Administration (PWA) • Built mainly dams, bridges and public buildings. • Causeway connecting Florida mainland with Key West. • Contracted Private Firms • Harold Ickes (Sec. of Int)

  31. Works Progress Administration (WPA) • Employed 8 million • Built public facilities (schools, parks) • Large Art/Literature Projects • Employed directly • 13.4 billion (most)

  32. WPA