1 The New Deal President Franklin D. Roosevelt s New Deal programs stimulate the economy and the arts. The New Deal leaves a lasting, yet controversial mark on American government.
2 The New Deal SECTION 1 SECTION 2 SECTION 3 SECTION 4 SECTION 5 A New Deal Fights the Depression The Second New Deal Takes Hold The New Deal Affects Many Groups Culture in the 1930s The Impact of the New Deal
3 Section 1 A New Deal Fights the Depression After becoming president, Franklin Delano Roosevelt uses government programs to combat the Depression.
4 1 A New Deal Fights the Depression Americans Get a New Deal Electing Franklin Delano Roosevelt Democrats nominate NY governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt - reform-minded; projects friendliness, confidence Democrats overwhelmingly win presidency, Senate, House Waiting for Roosevelt to Take Over With Brain Trust, FDR formulates policies to alleviate problems New Deal relief for needy, economic recovery, financial reform Continued...
5 1 continued Americans Get a New Deal The Hundred Days FDR launches Hundred Days; passes over 15 major New Deal laws Emergency Banking Relief Act permits Treasury Dept. to inspect banks - decides which are insolvent, sound, or need loans - public confidence in banks revived An Important Fireside Chat FDR gives fireside chats radio talks explaining New Deal measures First chat discusses need for public support of government, banks Continued...
6 1 continued Americans Get a New Deal Regulating Banking and Finance Glass-Steagall Act establishes Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation - insures individual bank accounts, regulates banking practices Federal Securities Act companies must give all information on stocks Securities and Exchange Commission created to regulate stock market FDR gets law allowing production of some alcoholic beverages 21 st Amendment repeals prohibition by end of 1933
7 1 Helping the American People Rural Assistance Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) raises food prices, lowers supply Tennessee Valley Authority creates jobs renovating, building dams Providing Work Projects Civilian Conservation Corps public works jobs for young men Public Works Administration money to states to create jobs Civil Works Administration builds rural schools, pays teachers Continued...
8 1 continued Helping the American People Promoting Fair Practices NIRA establishes codes of fair practice for industries - creates National Recovery Administration (NRA) NRA sets standards, prices, limits production Food, Clothing, and Shelter Home Owners Loan Corporation gives loans to prevent foreclosures Federal Housing Administration gives loans for mortgages, repairs Federal Emergency Relief Administration direct relief to needy
9 1 The New Deal Comes Under Attack Opposition to the New Deal Deficit spending spending more money than government takes in - funds New Deal Liberals: New Deal does not do enough to help poor, fix economy Conservatives: New Deal used to control business, socialize economy The Supreme Court Reacts Supreme Court strikes down NIRA, AAA as unconstitutional FDR proposes Court-packing bill ; Congress, press protest Starting in 1937, justices retire; FDR appoints seven new ones Continued...
10 1 continued The New Deal Comes Under Attack Three Fiery Critics Some conservative opponents form American Liberty League Think measures violate respect for personal rights, property Father Charles Coughlin withdraws initial support of New Deal - wants guaranteed income, banks nationalized Dr. Francis Townsend devises pension plan for elderly Presidential hopeful, Senator Huey Long has popular social program
11 Section 2 The Second New Deal Takes Hold The Second New Deal includes new programs to extend federal aid and stimulate the nation s economy.
12 2 The Second New Deal Takes Hold The Second Hundred Days Furthering the New Deal By 1935, economic recovery not as great as FDR had expected FDR launches second phase: more relief for farmers, workers First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, a social reformer, prods president Reelecting FDR 1936, Democrats win presidency, large majorities in both houses First time most African Americans vote Democratic First time labor unions support presidential candidate
13 2 Helping Farmers Focusing on Farms 1936 Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act replaces AAA - rewards farmers for practicing soil conservation New Agricultural Adjustment Act avoids unconstitutional provision Resettlement Administration gives loans to small farmers to buy land Farm Security Administration loans to tenant farmers to buy land FSA hires photographers to shoot rural towns, farms, farmers
14 2 Roosevelt Extends Relief Programs for Urban Workers Works Progress Administration (WPA) creates jobs WPA workers build airports, roads, public buildings Women workers sew clothes for the needy WPA employs professional writers, artists, performers National Youth Administration (NYA) education, jobs, counseling Gives aid to students in exchange for part-time work
15 2 Improving Labor and Other Reforms Improving Labor Conditions National Labor Relations Act, or Wagner Act, replaces NIRA: - protects right to join unions, collective bargaining - prohibits unfair labor practices National Labor Relations Board hears testimony about labor practices Holds elections to determine if workers want unions Fair Labor Standards Act sets maximum hours, minimum wage Continued...
16 2 continued Improving Labor and Other Reforms The Social Security Act 1935, Social Security Act creates Social Security system; provides: - insurance for retirees 65 or older - unemployment compensation - aid to disabled, families with children Expanding and Regulating Utilities Rural Electrification Administration brings electricity to farms Public Utility Holding Company Act aims to stop financial corruption
17 Section 3 The New Deal Affects Many Groups New Deal policies and actions affect various social and ethnic groups.
18 3 The New Deal Affects Many Groups The New Deal Brings New Opportunities Women Make their Mark Frances Perkins, secretary of labor, is first female cabinet member FDR also appoints 2 women as diplomats, 1 as federal judge Women still face discrimination in workplace from male workers NRA sets some lower minimum wages for women Federal work programs hire far fewer women than men Only slight increase in overall % of women working for wages
19 3 African-American Activism African Americans Take Leadership Roles FDR appoints more than 100 African Americans to government - Mrs. Roosevelt plays key role Educator Mary McLeod Bethune heads Division of Negro Affairs of NYA Helps organize Black Cabinet of African- American advisers Daughters of American Revolution refuse Marian Anderson concert Mrs. Roosevelt resigns; arranges for Lincoln Memorial concert Continued...
20 3 continued African-American Activism The President Fails to Support Civil Rights FDR afraid of upsetting white Southern Democratic voters Refuses to approve antilynching law, end to poll tax New Deal agencies discriminate against African Americans - pay them lower wages, favor whites African Americans help organize Southern Tenant Farmers Union Generally support Roosevelt administration, New Deal
21 3 Mexican-American Fortunes Mexican Americans Under FDR Mexican Americans generally support New Deal Many come to U.S. in 1920s, settle mainly in Southwest - work on farms CCC, WPA help some Mexican Americans Disqualify migrant workers with no permanent address
22 3 Native Americans Gain Support Native Americans and the New Deal 1924, Native Americans receive full citizenship John Collier, commissioner of Indian affairs, changes policies Indian Reorganization Act favors native autonomy, mandates changes: - lands belong to entire tribe; government can t sell unclaimed areas - children can attend schools on reservations - tribes elect tribal councils to govern reservations
23 3 FDR Creates the New Deal Coalition The New Deal Coalition New Deal Coalition different groups that support Democratic Party Labor Unions Flourish Prolabor legislation leads unions to donate money for FDR reelection , union membership grows from 3 million to over 10 million American Federation of Labor traditionally craft unions only Committee for Industrial Organization organizes industrial unions Expelled by AFL, becomes Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) Continued...
24 3 continued FDR Creates the New Deal Coalition Labor Disputes Sit-down strike important bargaining tactic of 1930s - prevents owners from hiring strikebreakers NLRB forces Republic Steel to negotiate after clash with strikers FDR Wins in 1936 Political organizations in large Northern cities support FDR Urban, religious, ethnic groups also support FDR - FDR appoints officials of urban-immigrant background
25 Section 4 Culture in the 1930s Motion pictures, radio, art, and literature blossom during the New Deal.
26 4 Culture in the 1930s The Lure of Motion Pictures and Radio Movies are a Hit About 65% of population goes to movies once a week Films offer escape from reality; show wealth, romance, fun Gone With the Wind perhaps most famous film of era Musicals live action or animated way to forget problems Comedies, realistic gangster movies especially popular Several films present New Deal policies in positive light Continued...
27 4 continued The Lure of Motion Pictures and Radio Radio Entertains 90% of households have a radio; families listen together every day Dramas, variety shows play in evening Orson Welles actor, director, producer, writer Soap operas for homemakers broadcast in middle of day Children s shows after school hours Immediate news coverage becomes customary
28 4 The Arts in Depression America Artists Decorate America Federal Art Project pays artists to make art, teach in schools Aim to promote art appreciation, positive image of America Murals typically portray dignity of ordinary people at work Many outstanding works painted by artists, including Grant Wood Federal Theater Project hires actors, artists Woody Guthrie Sings of America Singer, songwriter Woody Guthrie sings of plight of poor Continued...
29 4 continued The Arts in Depression America Diverse Writers Depict American Life Federal Writers Project supports many who become major writers Richard Wright, African-American author, writes Native Son John Steinbeck writes The Grapes of Wrath about Dust Bowl migrants Some writers examine difficulty of life in 1930s Others show dignity of ordinary people, values of small-town life
30 Section 5 The Impact of the New Deal The New Deal affects American society not only in the 1930s but also in the decades that follow.
31 5 The Impact of the New Deal New Deal Reforms Endure The New Deal Ends By 1937, economic improvement convinces many Depression is ending Congress wants to cut back programs; by 1939, New Deal over Supporters and Critics of the New Deal Conservatives think FDR made federal government too large - stifled free enterprise, individual initiative Liberals: didn t do enough to socialize economy, end inequalities Supporters: did help country recover from economic difficulties Continued...
32 5 continued New Deal Reforms Endure Expanding Government s Role in the Economy FDR expands power of federal government, president Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) regulates banking Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulates investment New Deal does not end Depression; does reduce suffering, give hope Federal government goes deeply into debt to create jobs, give aid Massive spending on equipment, supplies for WW II end Depression Continued...
33 5 continued New Deal Reforms Endure Protecting Workers Rights New Deal laws set standards, ban child labor, permit unions - establish policies followed today National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) still mediates labor disputes Banking and Finance SEC still monitors stock market, enforces laws on stock, bond sales FDIC still protects individual investors in case of bank failure
34 5 Social and Environmental Effects Social Security Federal government takes responsibility for citizens welfare Provides for aged, disabled, needy The Rural Scene Commodity Credit Corporation makes loans to farmers - based on amount of farmer s surplus, parity price Parity price price intended to keep farmers income steady Agricultural price supports set precedent of federal aid to farmers Continued...
35 5 continued Social and Environmental Effects The Environment CCC plants trees, builds hiking trails, fire lookout towers Soil Conservation Service teaches methods to preserve soil Taylor Grazing Act reduces grazing on public lands Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) creates electricity, prevents floods Government adds national parks, wildlife refuges, wilderness areas Government-sponsored stripmining, coal burning cause pollution
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