This essay focuses on its legislative accomplishment. U.S. was the only nation in the industrialized world with no organize system for responding to an economic crisis.
Describe the nature of the event known as the First New Deal. What were some of its legislative accomplishments? Using the following outline The New Deal I I. Introduction/Time Line A. Depression America in 1932 (presidential election year) 1. Perhaps a fourth of the workforce unemployed (over 25 million) a. By 1932, the middle class is feeling it.
Minorities, unskilled, young, old, etc c. Process: Lose job, energetic search for new job. No jobs available, loans from relatives/friends. Use savings (if there are any, most Americans then, were like Americans now, hand to mouth). Cash in insurance policies, sell valuables (jewelry, furs, furniture, car, etc.). Seek charity, soup kitchen. U.S. was the only nation in the industrialized world with no organize system for responding to an economic crisis. Except the “poor farm” or begging. d. Effect: (Reference a book entitled Hard Times by Studs Terkel. An oral history of a wide variety of people’s remembrances of life in the Depression) Caesar Chavez,
Chavez reflected about how it changed his young life. But virtually destroy his father’s sense of self-worth. When the Chavez family lost the small Arizona farm his father had inherited from his father 2. Republican Party had little choice but renominate President Hoover. Had they not, it would’ve been tacit admission of responsibility for the crisis. With little enthusiasm and noticeable despair, Mr. Hoover ran again with his party insisting, “We are turning the corner.” 3.Democratic Party. After some maneuvering, nominate the reform Governor of New York, Franklin D. Roosevelt. (Distant cousin of Theodore Roosevelt.
President Theodore Roosevelt actually stepped in for Eleanor’s father at her wedding. To Franklin on March 17, 1905, joking to the groom. Well, young man, I’m glad to see you’re keeping the name in the family.”) . For Franklin’s running mate: John “Cactus Jack” Garner from Uvalde. Texas, Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. Franklin Roosevelt ran an energetic. Positive campaign with the song slogan, “Happy Days are Here Again.” He love campaigning and it show.