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Ch 9 New Deal

This set a minimum wage, a maxim workweek, and outlawed child labor. Fair Standards Labor Act
This provided pensions for retirees, as well as, unemployment insurance and aid for the poor and disabled Social Security Act
These were labor unions divided to represent skilled workers and industrial workers, today they are one union AFL-CIO
A law passed by the United States Congress in 1933 to authorize the President to regulate industry in an attempt to raise prices after severe deflation and stimulate economic recovery. It also established a national public works program known as the Publi NRA
What did Roosevelt and Congress pass the day after FDR’s inauguration? Emergency Banking Bill
The radio broadcast of this story, meant for entertainment, cause widespread pacing and fear. War of the Worlds
Franklin Roosevelt was the first president to use the radio to “talk” to the American people about national affairs, these broadcasts were called? Fireside chats
During FDR’s first hundred days in office he passed 15 bills through congress, these became known as The 1st New Deal
Roosevelt created the Securities Exchange Commission to regulate the stock market
The National Labor Relations Act gave workers the right to? join labor unions.
This British economist john Maynard Keynes favored the government doing this to jump start the economy Deficit Spending
The three goals of the New Deal were? Releif, recovery, reform
The Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 prevented this? further Indian land divisions.
What were the main goals of the Tennessee Valley Authority? flood control and electricity
What did the FDIC insure? bank deposits
This organization provided jobs for men, replanted forests, and fought fires. Civilian Conservation Corps
She was secretary of labor and the first women to serve on the presidential cabinet Frances Perkins
How did Eleanor Roosevelt change the role of the First Lady? The role changed from being largely ceremonial to a role of political involvement.
This program built and improved highways, dredged rivers, and promoted conservation. works progress adminstration
This program paid artists to paint large murals. federal art project
. This brought together southern whites, northern blue collar workers, poor Midwestern farmers, and African Americans to form a strong political force New Deal Coalition
Unions used this achieve goals and allowed union members to negotiate about issues such as hours and wages collective bargining
United Auto Workers used this type of protest for 44 days against General Motors? Sit Down Strike
A government that is responsible for the welfare of certain citizens is known as a? Welfare State
Putting money in consumers’ hands so they can buy goods and stimulate the economy is called? Pump Priming
She advised the president and championed racial equality while severing as a member of the Black Cabinet. Mary McLeod Bethune
When FDR tried to put more judges on the Supreme Court to pass his policies, this action was called? Court Packing
He wrote the novel The Grapes of Wrath about the Joad family’s flight from the Dust Bowl to California John Steinbeck
This Louisiana Senator introduced the “Share Our Wealth” program but, was later assassinate Huey Long
Created by: CHS-TREADWAY



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