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Effects of the new deal
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What was the black cabinet?
the 1st cabinet made up of African Americans. FDR asked for guidance from people like Robert c Weaver and Mary McLeod Bethune. This did not lead to equal rights, but at least improved a little.
What did the new deal coalition do?
Regulated stock market, created jobs, created social security, protected bank deposits and gave aid to farmers
Who was Mary Mcleod Bethune?
first african american woman put in government position
What did the welfare state do?
this act tightened Medicaids eligibility requirements. The Recipients are categorically needy
An act that gave Indians economic assistance and greater control over their own affairs.
The Indian New Deal
how did the New deal affect African Americans?
Funded theoretical performances, sent orchestras on tour, financed new compositions, supported new words of art.
In What ways did the New Deal alter the US policies towards native Americans?
The Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 provided for tribal control over the land, removed Native Americans from the jurisdiction of the state courts.
how did the New Deal policies affect ethnic and social divisions?
No more hands free policy, created government programs to help citizens
In what ways did the role of the federal government grow during FDR's presidency?
After FDR, the federal government played larger part in economic activity including housing and continued to play larger part
What impact did the New Deal have on women?
it gave them opportunities to finally be equal to men. this was greatly displayed by eleanor roosevelt who travled around the counrty and campaigned for FDR
Has the new deal coalition affected policies in our community today? Explain?
The New Deal Coalition was the alignment of interest groups and voting blocs that supported the New Deal and voted for Democratic presidential candidates from 1932 until approximately 1968.No, the politics in my community was not affected
Did the growth in powers of the federal government during the New Deal benefit the nation?
Government growth in the 1920s was less than in any subsequent decade and resulted in the Great Depression.
It was the New Deal's increase in Government power through regulation, such as the creation of the SEC, which saved capitalism and brought this nation from the brink of no return.
What was the difference between the PWA and the WPA?
The public works administration built bridges damns and power plants, the works progress administration administered the 5 billion dollars spend in the new jobs.
How did the people react to the New Deal's effects?
At first everyone was okay with it, because there was lots of people to work. Later it changed: they were seen as taking jobs, blamed for strikes and unions. They were seen as good scapegoats for problems.
How did the role of the Government expand during the New Deal?
The new deal expanded governments role in our economy, by giving it the power to regulate previously unregulated areas of commerce. Those primarily being banking, agriculture and housing. Along with it was the creation of new programs like social security and welfare aid for the poor. It was an attempt to give the poor the means of survival needed to succeed. This meaning the Ability to feed and support themselves and their families. Bring the economics of our country under control and manage the entities that held the most power.
How did women help lead the New Deal
eleanor roosevelt- have hope to women that they too could hold leading roles; shattered many pre conceived notions of role of wome
How did the New Deal change the social, economic, and political landscape of the US for future generations?
Sadly, African Americans were helped the least by the New Deal. Sharecroppers, a common occupation of African Americans, were no longer needed and lost their jobs and homes. Even "alphabet soup" jobs discriminated against minorities. African Americans were often the last hired and first fired.
How was Frances Perkins important to the New Deal
She was the secretary of labor
How did the New Deal change the shape of American people
It changed the American life because it gave people the opportunity to have jobs after losing them because of the Depression. FDR's main points were -- 1) Relief for the needy 2) Economic recovery 3) Create financial reform They had many projects for the young men to work in the woods (ages 15-25) so they can give the older people more job opportunities is the cities.
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