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News Media

News Media

News Media. LCC. Tim Cantrell. News Media. Many newspapers were originally founded to promote political propaganda, but after the Civil War, advertisements made them less partisan. The media in the US is a business trying to make money through getting readers, listeners, or viewers.

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WWI and WWII Flashcards

WWI and WWII Flashcards

WWI and WWII Flashcards. Define: nationalism . Define: militarism . Define: alliances . Define: isolationists . Define: fascism. Define: appease . Define: reparations . Define: scapegoats . Define: ghetto . Define: propaganda . What does the word Fuhrer mean?. What was the Gestapo? .

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JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY. 1930s. Categories. New Deal. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Gettin ’ out of Debt. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Jobs. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Stock Market. 100. 200. 3 00. 400. 50 0. Government. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500. Hodge Podge. 100. 200. 300. 400. 500.

By thanos
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Resource Unit: The Great Depression

Resource Unit: The Great Depression

Resource Unit: The Great Depression. PowerPoint by: Zachary Hyden . Introduction. General Theme – The Great Depression Subject – 10th grade American history Participants – Approximately 120, 10th grade American history students

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Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Chapter 8. Section 3. Role of Mass Media. Four major mass media: television, newspapers, radio, magazines. Other media are books, films, and the internet. The media present people with political information. People acquire most of the stuff they know about government from the media.

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There have been 44 presidents of the United States. Can you remember them all?

There have been 44 presidents of the United States. Can you remember them all?

There have been 44 presidents of the United States. Can you remember them all?. http://smartsongs.org/presidents-rap- 2. Federalist (2 terms). Commander in chief Continental army revolutionary war Constitutional Convention Philadelphia 1787 Helped establish federal government.

By kamal
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The Great Depression - USA

The Great Depression - USA

The Great Depression - USA. History 12 Ms Leslie. What is a depression?. It’s when trade, production levels, employment and standards of living falls sharply. This pattern started right after the stock market crash of 1929.

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The Great Depression and the New Deal

The Great Depression and the New Deal

The Great Depression and the New Deal. 1933-1939. Vocabulary Terms. New Deal Franklin Roosevelt Hoover Hundred Days Congress Emergency Congress Emergency Relief Act Works Progress Administration Ruth Benedict National Recovery Administration Grand Coulee Dam

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The New Deal: Alphabet Soup

The New Deal: Alphabet Soup

The New Deal: Alphabet Soup. Relief for the needy Economic Recovery Financial Reform. Liberal, More Gov’t, “Democrat”. Conservative, Less Gov’t, “Republican ”. Getting Started.

By gita
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THE STOCK MARKET CRASH & THE GREAT DEPRESSION

THE STOCK MARKET CRASH & THE GREAT DEPRESSION

THE STOCK MARKET CRASH & THE GREAT DEPRESSION . CONSUMER ECONOMY BOOM. Consumers began to buy everything on credit Installment plans were the new fad By 1929, 60% of all cars and 80% of all appliances were bought on credit Advertising brought in $1.5 billion in 1927

By merrill
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October 18 th , 2011 USBLN Conference: Employee Resource Groups (ERGs): Rethink Possible Presented by: Susan Mazrui Dire

October 18 th , 2011 USBLN Conference: Employee Resource Groups (ERGs): Rethink Possible Presented by: Susan Mazrui Dire

October 18 th , 2011 USBLN Conference: Employee Resource Groups (ERGs): Rethink Possible Presented by: Susan Mazrui Director, Global Public Policy. 1.

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The Depression and the New Deal

The Depression and the New Deal

The Depression and the New Deal. 1929-1939. The Great Depression. Essential Question. What were the factors that brought about the Great Depression?. The Boom. A long period of rising stock prices convinced Americans to invest heavily in the stock market

By tave
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The New Deal 1933-1940

The New Deal 1933-1940

By Sharon Gorman and Anna Karpiej-Szczepanski. The New Deal 1933-1940. President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal programs stimulate the economy and the arts. The New Deal leaves a lasting, yet controversial mark on American government. . The New Deal.

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A New Deal Fights the Depression

A New Deal Fights the Depression

A New Deal Fights the Depression. Chapter 15-1. Americans Get A New Deal. By the 1932 election it was clear that Americans were ready for a new leader The election would pit the Democratic candidate Franklin Roosevelt against Hoover

By myrrh
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1920s- Great Depression Day 4

1920s- Great Depression Day 4

1920s- Great Depression Day 4. Today we have a QUIZ on Day 3- the transition from Hoover to FDR. FDR and the New Deal. - the expanding role of government and the growing power of the President. Deficit Spending. John Maynard Keynes -Keynesian Economics. Spending Money to Make Money.

By eliora
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Brave New World

Brave New World

Background and Historical References. Brave New World. Two Worlds Collide. In Europe and America, the Post-World War I world was vastly different from that which had begun the century.

By kirti
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Chapter 11 Roaring 20’s and The Great Depression

Chapter 11 Roaring 20’s and The Great Depression

Chapter 11 Roaring 20’s and The Great Depression. #4 Part 2 – FDR and The New Deal. Essential Question : In what ways did President Franklin Roosevelt’s “New Deal” provide relief, recovery, & reform during the Great Depression? Warm-Up Question : ?. Hoover & the Depression.

By jake
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How Did These Americans Influence Our Lives

How Did These Americans Influence Our Lives

How Did These Americans Influence Our Lives. By: Ben. Paul Revere ( 1735- 1818). He lived in Boston, Massachusetts He was the first patriot in America and he fought for freedom from Great Britten Paul had to be careful not to be caught when he was making his journey

By loman
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The New Deal

The New Deal

The New Deal. FDR’s Plan to pull America out of the Great Depression. Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the answer. Herbert Hoover. “The only trouble with capitalism is Capitalist!”

By atira
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The New Deal 1933 - 1937

The New Deal 1933 - 1937

The New Deal 1933 - 1937. CHANGE IN LEADERSHIP ? 1932 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt won the presidential election in a landslide. Roosevelt ’ s New Deal First 100 Days of Legislation. A New Deal for the American People. FDR. Before inauguration in March 1933 FDR met with his advisors

By rory
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