From the YAWP reading, what does President Franklin Roosevelt (FDR) say about 1/3 of the nation?
Why is FDR so positive in his second inaugural address about the future of the nation?
From the YAWP reading, Dorothy West gives us a different viewpoint of the Great Depression era. What world do we get a glimpse of from her writing? What suddenly changes the mood of the mixed-race crowd?
How did the Key Programs from the First New Deal propose to help the economy and the American people?
From the Second New Deal, which programs are still active today and how do we benefit?
Look at the photo on page 797 (Figure 27.8) in your textbook. What, do you think, First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt wanted people to know about her from seeing this image?
What was the purpose of FDR’s “Black Cabinet”?
After watching the videos provided, what similarities do you see between the Great Depression Era and New Deal policies and today’s society and economic woes? use with videos links below to answer the questions. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=geI-5Z7Ajws&t=201s. 250 words I need it in 10 hours in MLA format.
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