0
Hannah Lam
Dust Bowl
Marvin Montegomery
“ Hoovervilles”
Marginal workers
Herbert Hoover
“ Associationlism” Federal government businesses
President’s Organization on Unemployment Relief (POUR)
Federal Farm Board
Hawley-Smoot Tariff
Reconstruction Finance Corporation
Farmers’ Holiday Association
Unemployed Councils
Bonus Expeditionary Force
Gabriel Over the White House
Franklin D. Roosevelt
The 1932 presidential campaign and election
Twentieth Amendment to the Constitution
Banking crisis
Roosevelt’s first inaugural address
National bank holiday
Emergency Banking Relief Bill (March 9, 1933)
Roosevelt’s fireside chats
First Hundred Days
Brain Trust
National Industrial Recovery Act (June 16, 1933)
National Recovery Administration
Agricultural Adjustment Act (May 12, 1933)
Civilian Conservation Corps (March 31, 1933)
Public Works Administration
American Liberty League
Father Charles Coughlin
Dr. Francis E. Townsend
Huey Long
“ Black Cabinet”
Second New Deal
Emergency Relief Appropriation Act (April 8, 1935)
Works Progress Administration
Social Security Act (August 15, 1935)
Federal Theater, Federal Arts, Federal Music, and Federal Writers Projects
Wealth Tax Act (August 30, 1935)
1936 presidential election
New Deal coalition
National Labor Relations (Wagner) Act (July 5, 1935)
Craft unions versus industrial unions
John L. Lewis
Congress of Industrial Organizations
United Auto Workers’ strike of 1936
Memorial Day Massacre
Bureaus of Reclamation
Taylor Grazing Act (June 28, 1934)
John Collier
Indian Reorganization Act (June 18, 1934)
Tennessee Valley Authority (May 18, 1933)
The radio and Hollywood movies
Roosevelt’s court-packing plan
NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp.
Recession of 1937-1939
1940 presidential election
Scottsboro Boys
Marian Anderson
Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union and the Harlem Tenants League
A. Philip Randolph
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  • Transcript of "Chapter 25: The Great Depression and the New Deal"

    1. 1. Hannah Lam
    2. 2. Dust Bowl
    3. 3. Marvin Montegomery
    4. 4. “ Hoovervilles”
    5. 5. Marginal workers
    6. 6. Herbert Hoover
    7. 7. “ Associationlism” Federal government businesses
    8. 8. President’s Organization on Unemployment Relief (POUR)
    9. 9. Federal Farm Board
    10. 10. Hawley-Smoot Tariff
    11. 11. Reconstruction Finance Corporation
    12. 12. Farmers’ Holiday Association
    13. 13. Unemployed Councils
    14. 14. Bonus Expeditionary Force
    15. 15. Gabriel Over the White House
    16. 16. Franklin D. Roosevelt
    17. 17. The 1932 presidential campaign and election
    18. 18. Twentieth Amendment to the Constitution
    19. 19. Banking crisis
    20. 20. Roosevelt’s first inaugural address
    21. 21. National bank holiday
    22. 22. Emergency Banking Relief Bill (March 9, 1933)
    23. 23. Roosevelt’s fireside chats
    24. 24. First Hundred Days
    25. 25. Brain Trust
    26. 26. National Industrial Recovery Act (June 16, 1933)
    27. 27. National Recovery Administration
    28. 28. Agricultural Adjustment Act (May 12, 1933)
    29. 29. Civilian Conservation Corps (March 31, 1933)
    30. 30. Public Works Administration
    31. 31. American Liberty League
    32. 32. Father Charles Coughlin
    33. 33. Dr. Francis E. Townsend
    34. 34. Huey Long
    35. 35. “ Black Cabinet”
    36. 36. Second New Deal
    37. 37. Emergency Relief Appropriation Act (April 8, 1935)
    38. 38. Works Progress Administration
    39. 39. Social Security Act (August 15, 1935)
    40. 40. Federal Theater, Federal Arts, Federal Music, and Federal Writers Projects
    41. 41. Wealth Tax Act (August 30, 1935)
    42. 42. 1936 presidential election
    43. 43. New Deal coalition
    44. 44. National Labor Relations (Wagner) Act (July 5, 1935)
    45. 45. Craft unions versus industrial unions
    46. 46. John L. Lewis
    47. 47. Congress of Industrial Organizations
    48. 48. United Auto Workers’ strike of 1936
    49. 49. Memorial Day Massacre
    50. 50. Bureaus of Reclamation
    51. 51. Taylor Grazing Act (June 28, 1934)
    52. 52. John Collier
    53. 53. Indian Reorganization Act (June 18, 1934)
    54. 54. Tennessee Valley Authority (May 18, 1933)
    55. 55. The radio and Hollywood movies
    56. 56. Roosevelt’s court-packing plan
    57. 57. NLRB v. Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp.
    58. 58. Recession of 1937-1939
    59. 59. 1940 presidential election
    60. 60. Scottsboro Boys
    61. 61. Marian Anderson
    62. 62. Southern Tenant Farmers’ Union and the Harlem Tenants League
    63. 63. A. Philip Randolph
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