American History: A Survey (Brinkley), 13th Edition

Chapter 24: THE NEW DEAL


Which of Roosevelt's early New Deal programs illustrate his willingness to experiment with bold, innovative ideas? Which of his actions show his hesitation and attachment to conventional values?
What forces inspired Roosevelt to launch his so-called Second New Deal program in 1935? How did these actions steal the thunder from some of the president's most vocal opponents?
Compare the impact of the Depression on blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans with its consequences for the typical white American.
What specific programs, voter alignments, and general attitudes formed the important economic and political legacies of the New Deal?
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