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  1. Day 1 Articles written about the economy at that time leave no doubt but that unemployment soared, credit evaporated, and bankruptcies multiplied. After the Wall Street crash of October 1929 the economy needed help bad. Correct use of comma after introductory prepositional phrases Use of adverb to modify a verb Elimination of unnecessary but after doubt

  2. Day 1 Articles written about the economy at that time leave no doubt that unemployment soared, credit evaporated, and bankruptcies multiplied. Elimination of unnecessary but after doubt After the Wall Street crash of October 1929, the economy needed help badly. Correct use of comma after introductory prepositional phrases Use of adverb to modify a verb

  3. Day 2 Franklin Delano Roosevelt won a landslide victory over Herbert Hoover in the 1932 Presidential election. But all them elected to office faced a hard battle to rescue the economy. Elimination of but at the beginning of a sentence Elimination of unnecessary capitalization Correct pronoun

  4. Day 2 Franklin Delano Roosevelt won a landslide victory over Herbert Hoover in the 1932 presidential election. Elimination of unnecessary capitalization Allthose elected to office faced a hard battle to rescue the economy. Elimination of but at the beginning of a sentence Correct pronoun

  5. Day 3 It don’t seem so bad to us now, it was devastating to people back then since more than 12 million people were out of work in the United States by 1932. Roosevelt’s plan to rescue the economy was radical; that caused its success. Use of coordinating conjunction to correct run-on sentence Correction of unclear pronoun reference Subject and verb agreement

  6. Day 3 It doesn’t seem so bad to us now, but it was devastating to people back then since more than 12 million people were out of work in the United States by 1932. Subject and verb agreement Use of coordinating conjunction to correct run-on sentence Roosevelt’s plan to rescue the economy was radical; the plan’s originality caused its success. Correction of unclear pronoun reference

  7. Day 4 Many families migrated from the midwest to California before the Depression ended in 1933. Some people did not welcome these newcomers, but others applauded they’re efforts to survive. Capitalization of geographic area Verb tense compatibility Correction of commonly confused words

  8. Day 4 Many families had migrated from the Midwest to California before the Depression ended in 1933. Capitalization of geographic area Verb tense compatibility Some people did not welcome these newcomers, but others applauded their efforts to survive. Correction of commonly confused words

  9. Day 5 Life was brutal on the Great Plains. Neither the farmers or animals could find enough water or food to survive. There was ravaged farms as far as the eye could see. Subject and verb agreement Correct use of correlative conjunction Use of colon to introduce a clarifying idea

  10. Day 5 Life was brutal on the Great Plains: Neither the farmers nor animals could find enough water or food to survive. Use of colon to introduce a clarifying idea Correct use of correlative conjunction There were ravaged farms as far as the eye could see. Subject and verb agreement