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PALS Great Depressio

PALS Great Depression

New Deal program that paid farmers not to grow certain crops Agricultural Adjustment Act
New Deal program that brought electricity to rural areas Rural Electrification Act
New Deal program that created jobs for young men Civilian Conservation Corps
New Deal program that provided retirement income for retired citizens and money for unemployment. Social Security Act
a period of time with little or no rain drought
destroyed large amounts of cotton grown on southern farms boll weeevil
Who created the economic plan called the New Deal? President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR)
an economic plan to lead America out of the Great Depression New Deal
Who was the only president to be elected to 4 terms? Franklin D. Roosevelt
How long is a presidential term? 4 years
governor of Georgia who disliked FDR and his New Deal Eugene Talmadge
economic crisis in the the 1930's that began with the stock market crash Great Depression
place where shares of ownership in corporations (businesses) are bought and sold stock market
stock prices fell dramatically and millions of people lost all their money on this day Black Tuesday
shacks where homeless people lived (named for President Herbert Hoover) Hoovervilles
Created by: rbcawthon



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