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Hoover vs. Roosevelt 1932 Presidential Election Should the government provide for the needs of its people in times of crisis and get involved in the economy?

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1 Hoover vs. Roosevelt 1932 Presidential Election Should the government provide for the needs of its people in times of crisis and get involved in the economy?

2 Learning Targets 1.Compare and contrast the plans of Hoover and Roosevelt. 2.Determine who the best candidate is for the United States. 3.Create a political cartoon which supports their choice.

3 Hoover’s Plan Gov’t should stay small Private charities should help Ask farmers to limit production No handouts from the gov’t Limited loans to businesses

4 Hoover’s Plan: Two-Sentence Summary Review your notes on Hoover’s Plan. Summarize his plans in two sentences.

5 Roosevelt’s Plan “New Deal”—expand gov’t role Gov’t provide jobs and basic needs Reform banks and stock market Try different programs—act now!

6 Roosevelt’s Plan: Two-Sentence Summary Review your notes on Roosevelt’s Plan. Summarize his plans in two sentences.

7 Assignment 1.Read campaign speech excerpts (primary sources) 2.Add to notes as you read: -- 3 bullet points -- Extra Challenge: Add a quote. 3. Create political cartoon criticizing or supporting a candidate. 4. Choose one position and one image. -- Remember to be symbolic (show the criticism or supportive reason) -- Illustrate vs. tell -- Use labels and titles

8 1932 Election Results Hoover 15.8 million votes 6 of the 48 states Roosevelt 22.8 million votes 42 of the 48 states Clickers for 2012.


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