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Chapter 22

Section 2

Second New Deal promoted gen. welfare and fed. gov. intervening to protect citizens' rights
Works Progress Administration provided programs in arts and built/improved nation's highways doing projects
Harry Hopkins in charge of WPA
John Maynard Keynes believed in pump priming
pump priming public projects gives money to consumers which stimulates the economy
Social Security Act gave unemployment insurance and provided those in need
Rural Electricity Administration loan money to electric utilities to build power lines, bringing electricity to isolated rural areas
Department of the Interior's promoted benefits of electricity, asked singer Woody Guthrie
Wagner Act recognized right of employees to join labor union and gave them the right to collective bargaining
collective bargaining employers to negotiate with unions hours, wages, and other working conditions
National Labor Relations Board looked into worker's complaints
Fair Labor Standards Act provided workers with additional rights and established min. wage
American Federation of Labor represented skilled workers and joined trade or craft unions
John L. Lewis president of United Mine Workers
Congress of Industrial Organizations targeted by CIO organizing campaigns which made ethnically more diverse
United Automobile Workers Union staged sit-down strike and it became a success
Alfred Lening competed with Roosevelt in the pres. election
Schechter Poultry v. U.S. Supreme Court ruled that President had no power to regulate interstate commerce or the National Industrial Recovery Act unconstitutional
court packing adding more Justices
Justice Owen J. Roberts provided deciding vote and his 2 votes were removed which packed the court
Judge Willis Van Devanter resigned court which enabled FDR to nominate his own justice
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