communities of run-down shacks on the outskirt of cities
a situation in which the supply of manufactured goods exceeds the demand
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
individual chosen by the Democrats to run for President in 1932, he ran on the pledge of a new deal for America
rights guaranteed in the Constitution, especially voting and equal treatment under the law
under President FDR, this individual was the Commissioner of Indian Affairs who worked to create jobs for Native Americans and worked to protect Native American land
this is the name given to October 29, 1929 when the stock market completely crashed
radio talks that were held by FDR to try to boost Americans' confidence in the banks
First Lady who advocated for womens' rights and civil rights
a tax that removes money directly from workers' paychecks
workers stay in the factory but stop working
Democratic Senator from Louisiana who argued that the government should tax the wealthy and distribute their wealth to the poor
person that travels from farm to farm picking crops
fail to repay loans
California doctor who wanted a system of government pensions, such as the social security system
an African American singer who was not allowed to perform for the Daughters of the American Revolution
financial failure caused by a company's inability to pay its debts
author of the book, The Grapes of Wrath, which describes the miseries of the Dust Bowl
this individual headed the United Mine Workers union, and later formed the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), which was an umbrella organization that consisted of many other unions
this individual served as FDR's Secretary of Labor, chaired the Social Securities Act, and wanted employers and employees to work together to create a good working environment, fair wages, and good relations amongst people
a process that allowed the union to negotiate wages and benefits for all union members; employers were forced to participate in this process with the union
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