Lesson 4 Historical Challenge: New Deal Programs – Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
As you’ve read in Chapter 21 in your text, the New Deal programs and agencies, created under the leadership of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, had a powerful impact on the relationship of government to the people of the United States.
You’ve encountered an ‘alphabet soup’ of programs such as AAA (Agricultural Adjustment Administration), NRA (National Recovery Administration), CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps), PWA (Public Works Administration), CWA (Civil Works Administration), and TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) but this assignment give you a chance to explore the impact of the New Deal.
Through this Historical Challenge, you’ll examine primary sources, both photographs and life histories, to develop a sense of the profound impact the Great Depression had on real people’s lives.
- This is a 2-part assignment. Part One is Photo Analysis and Part Two is Oral History Analysis.
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Respond to all of the questions within the ‘Lesson 4 New Deal Parts 1 and 2 Photograph and Oral History Analysis ANSWER SHEET’ document. Be sure to save your document and upload the file when you are ready to submit your Historical Challenge for grading.
- Do not submit your answers in the Comment section of the assignment area.
- Your grade of 32.5 points will be based on your complete responses to each of the questions.
- Do not simply copy/paste from the Internet. .
- Use correct spelling, grammar, and punctuation.