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Objective: To analyze the major New Deal programs. Do Now: - Which New Deal programs were most important? Choose the top three, in order of importance.

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1 Objective: To analyze the major New Deal programs. Do Now: - Which New Deal programs were most important? Choose the top three, in order of importance. - Write a paragraph explaining your reasoning.

2 Building Big Ridge Dam (TN) New Deal program #1

3 Lights for the Barnyard (TN)

4 New Deal program #2 Workers covering the stream in Cain Park, Cleveland Park, OH

5 Edward Laning and assistants at work on his mural “The Role of the Immigrant in the Industrial Development of America” – New York, NY New Deal program #2

6 Linemen on utility poles. New Deal program #3

7 New Deal program #4 Hollywood High School, Los Angeles, CA

8 New Deal program #4 New York City’s Tri-Borough Bridge

9 New Deal program #5 Worker During Bridge Construction, Staatsburg, NY

10 Elm Tree Camp, Euclid, OH, September, 1936 New Deal program #5

11 New Deal program #6 Children Cared for by Visiting Housekeeper in Oklahoma (1935)

12 View From Summer Camp for Underprivileged Children, Washington (1935) New Deal program #6

13 New Deal program #7 Poster from Georgia

14 New Deal program #7

15 New Deal program #8

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17 New Deal program #9 Farmers receiving checks, St. Augstine, Texas (1939)

18 New Deal program #9

19 New Deal program #10

20 Ms. Lydia Lobsiger became the first American citizen to be paid for deposits in an insured closed bank. (the Fon Du Lac State Bank, East Peoria, Illinois on July 5, 1934) Which New Deal agency paid her?

21 Building Big Ridge Dam (TN) New Deal program #1 Lights for the Barnyard (TN) Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

22 Edward Laning and assistants at work on his mural “The Role of the Immigrant in the Industrial Development of America” – New York, NY New Deal program #2 Workers covering the stream in Cain Park, Cleveland Park, OH Works Progress Administration (WPA)

23 Linemen on utility poles. New Deal program #3 Rural Electrification Administration (REA)

24 New Deal program #4 Hollywood High School, Los Angeles, CA Public Works Administration (PWA) New York City’s Tri-Borough Bridge

25 New Deal program #5 Worker During Bridge Construction Staatsburg, NY Elm Tree Camp Euclid, OH September, 1936 Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC)

26 New Deal program #6 Children Cared for by Visiting Housekeeper in Oklahoma (1935) View From Summer Camp for Underprivileged Children, Washington (1935) Federal Emergency Relief Administration (FERA)

27 New Deal program #7 Poster from Georgia Social Security Administration (SSA)

28 New Deal program #8 National Recovery Administration (NRA)

29 New Deal program #9 Farmers receiving checks St. Augstine, Texas (1939) Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA)

30 New Deal program #10 Ms. Lydia Lobsiger, the first person to be paid for deposits in an insured closed bank. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)

31 The New Deal had three major goals: I. R elief for the unemployed II. plans for economic R ecovery III. R eforms to prevent another depression

32 The following New Deal Programs we have just discussed provided relief and recovery to a nation in turmoil. Roosevelt’s third goal was to prevent another depression by reforming the economic system. During the Hundred Days, Congress passed laws regulating the stock market and banking system. To restore confidence in the banking system. Roosevelt backed the passing of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). It insured savings accounts in banks approved by the government. If a bank insured by the FDIC failed, the government would make sure depositers received their money. Do you feel the passing of the FDIC was enough to restore confidence in the banks. Would you deposit your money into the banks? Explain

33 Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Supreme Court Using your textbook pages , please read and then answer the political cartoon questions on 760 concerning FDR and the Supreme Court. 7 th grade review---The Judicial Branch includes the Supreme Court. There are 9 members (Chief Justice and eight Associate Judges) who are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. These judges interpret the laws. Sometimes they can declare a law unconstitutional.


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