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UShist Ch 7 Review

UShist Ch 7 Test Review, Part 1

Frances Perkins Secretary of Labor 1933. First female cabinet officer.
John Steinbeck Author of The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men
Huey Long Senator from Louisiana who believed the government should control most industries.
Douglas MacArthur General in charge of troops that pushed the Bonus Army out of Wash. D.C.
Marian Anderson Black opera singer who gave a famous concert at Lincoln Memorial.
Francis Townsend Doctor who wanted a program where everyone over 60 would get $200 a month from the government.
Franklin D. Roosevelt President elected in 1932 promised a "New Deal"
Herbert Hoover Republican president elected in 1928; blamed for the Great Depression
Eleanor Roosevelt FDR's wife. Held press conferences especially for female reporters.
Fireside Chats Radio talks given by FDR to reassure Americans
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