history chapter 13 checkpoint

how did FDRs background and artions help build confifence among the American people?
he had high eductions, strong self-confidence, he thought the frederal government should help people.
what action did Roosevelt take during his first hundred days in office?
Push 15 bills congress which immediately give American relief.
what were the two major criticisms of FDR new deal economic policies?
1, make gover. too power and threaded free enterprise
2,helping the rich people but not poor.
why did the onset of the depression make it essential to have some from of social security?
no pension system, old people lost their home and property.
how did the new deal affect the unions?
created and strength the labor union, collective bargaining
what setback did Roosevelt face during his second term as President?
Supreme Court thought he was doing something unconditional, and this made him look bad, so he spend court to help himself.
what impact did the New Deal have on women?
impact was mixed; some woman like France Perkin, she was working in the NY State govern. some programs did not allow women like CCC.
how did the New Deal affect AA?
some AA were still not all equal like WPC pay AA less than the regular.
In what ways did the new deal after the US policies toward Native American?
Indian reorganization Act in 1934 restore more land to American. Stop NA keep their own culture.
how did New Deal policies affect ethic and social division?
some new deal discreased ethic divisions immigrants fell move mainstreamed.
in what ways did the role of the federal govern. grow during Franklin Roosevelt’s presidency?
took responsibility for restore the economy and caring the welfare, elderly, poor and children.
what were some of the the most important popular culture trends of the 1930s?
movies escapes themes , radio like the lone rangers and blue music
in what ways did the new deal support American arts?
Federal art project hired writers, actors, artists to perform , work for money
describes the most notable works of the literature of 1930s.
superhero: superman; The Grapes of Wrath; Native son

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