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Great Depression

Herbert Hoover President at the beginning of the Great Depression
Franklin D. Roosevelt Creator of the new deal
Surplus Extra product,object,people,ect.....
Great Depression Series of negative event that occurred that included economic and agricultural depression
New Deal Plan to get out of the Great Depression.
Dust Bowl A series of dust storms throughout the west.
1926 Economic trouble was already beginning
Work Progress Administration of the second new deal Created a 8 million jobs
Social Security act of 1935 Most important legacy of the new deal
Fire Chats President Roosevelt talked to America over radio to build confidence and courage
Pres. Hoovers advisors Believed economy will recover on its own
Hoovervilles Communities of cardboard shacks
Pres. Roosevelt first 100 days in office Spent making proposals to give relief recovery and to reform Americans
Buying on Margin Buying stocks
Credit usage used for everyday life
Created by: Sogeking