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TermDefinition
John Steinbeck Wrote the Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men
Marian Anderson Opera singer
Frances Perkins Secretary of Labor in 1933, first female cabinet officer
Dust Bowl Great Plains drought in the 30s--caused many farmers to move to California.
Sit-down strike Protesting workers sit idle to protest
Liberal Believes that government action can lead to social and economic progress
Foreclosure A bank takes over property when a borrower cannot make payments.
Panhandling Another term for begging for money or food.
Eleanor Roosevelt Held press conferences for women reporters
African Americans Many left the Republican Party and supported the Democratic Party in the 1930s because the New Deal seemed to offer them more.
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