Great Depression and New Deal, The : Documents Decoded

By: DiNunzio, MarioMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandDocuments Decoded: Publisher: Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, 2014Description: 1 online resource (348 p.)ISBN: 9781610695350Subject(s): Depressions -- 1929 -- United States -- Sources | New Deal, 1933-1939 -- Sources | United States -- History -- 1919-1933 -- Sources | United States -- History -- 1933-1945 -- SourcesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Great Depression and New Deal, The : Documents DecodedDDC classification: 973.916 LOC classification: E806 -- .D568 2014ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Introduction -- Rugged Individualism -- Herbert Hoover's ""Principles and Ideals of the United States Government"" October 22, 1928 -- Veto of the Bonus Bill -- Herbert Hoover's Veto of the Emergency Adjusted Compensation Bill February 26, 1931 -- Muscle Shoals Veto Message -- Herbert Hoover's Veto of the Muscle Shoals Resolution March 3, 1931 -- Protest at the Bank of the United States -- Image of a Bank Run 1931 -- The Government Takes an Active Role in Banks -- The Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act and President Hoover's Signing Statement January 22, 1932
""What Ten Million Women Want"" -- Eleanor Roosevelt on the Role of Women in Society March 5, 1932 -- ""Bold, Persistent Experimentation"" -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Address at Oglethorpe University May 22, 1932 -- War against the Depression -- Republican Party Platform of 1932 June 14, 1932 -- The End of Prohibition: ""A Proper and Needed Revenue"" -- Democratic Party Platform of 1932 June 27, 1932 -- The Bonus Army -- Image of the Removal of Protesting Veterans July 1932 -- Creation of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration
Emergency Relief and Construction Act July 21, 1932 and Federal Emergency Relief Act May 12, 1933 -- Help for Home Owners and Buyers -- Federal Home Loan Bank Act July 22, 1932 -- The Philosophy of Government -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Speech to the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco September 23, 1932 -- ""The Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself"" -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address March 4, 1933 -- Declaration of a Banking Holiday -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Proclamation 2039 March 6, 1933 -- The Banking Crisis
The Emergency Banking Relief Act March 9, 1933 and Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Fireside Chat March 12, 1933 -- Launching the Civilian Conservation Corps -- Emergency Conservation Work Act March 31, 1933 and Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 6101 April 5, 1933 -- Abandoning the Gold Standard -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 6102 April 5, 1933 -- Helping the American Farmer -- Agricultural Adjustment Act May 12, 1933 -- Muscle Shoals Revisited -- Tennessee Valley Authority Act May 18, 1933 -- Regulating Industry -- National Industrial Recovery Act June 16, 1933
Creating the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -- The Glass-Steagall Emergency Banking Act June 22, 1933 -- ""With the Civilian Conservation Corps"" -- American Forests: Magazine of the American Forestry Association July 1933 -- ""The Teacher Faces the Depression"" -- Eunice Langdon, Nation Magazine August 16, 1933 -- ""The Necessity of Profound Change"" -- John Maynard Keynes, ""An Open Letter to President Roosevelt"" December 31, 1933 -- Regulating the Stock Market -- Securities Exchange Act of 1934 June 6, 1934 -- The Defeat of the National Recovery Administration
A. L. A. Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States May 27, 1935
Summary: Presents documents illustrating the Great Depression crisis and the New Deal response that enables readers to witness the clash of conservatism and liberalism in a time of crisis Offers essays and notes that explain the documents-which include posters, articles, speeches, and court decisions-in the context of historical events Provides a timeline that creates a background setting for a documentary history Contrasts the ideas and actions of President Hoover against those of President Roosevelt
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Cover -- Contents -- Introduction -- Rugged Individualism -- Herbert Hoover's ""Principles and Ideals of the United States Government"" October 22, 1928 -- Veto of the Bonus Bill -- Herbert Hoover's Veto of the Emergency Adjusted Compensation Bill February 26, 1931 -- Muscle Shoals Veto Message -- Herbert Hoover's Veto of the Muscle Shoals Resolution March 3, 1931 -- Protest at the Bank of the United States -- Image of a Bank Run 1931 -- The Government Takes an Active Role in Banks -- The Reconstruction Finance Corporation Act and President Hoover's Signing Statement January 22, 1932

""What Ten Million Women Want"" -- Eleanor Roosevelt on the Role of Women in Society March 5, 1932 -- ""Bold, Persistent Experimentation"" -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Address at Oglethorpe University May 22, 1932 -- War against the Depression -- Republican Party Platform of 1932 June 14, 1932 -- The End of Prohibition: ""A Proper and Needed Revenue"" -- Democratic Party Platform of 1932 June 27, 1932 -- The Bonus Army -- Image of the Removal of Protesting Veterans July 1932 -- Creation of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration

Emergency Relief and Construction Act July 21, 1932 and Federal Emergency Relief Act May 12, 1933 -- Help for Home Owners and Buyers -- Federal Home Loan Bank Act July 22, 1932 -- The Philosophy of Government -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Speech to the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco September 23, 1932 -- ""The Only Thing We Have to Fear Is Fear Itself"" -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Inaugural Address March 4, 1933 -- Declaration of a Banking Holiday -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Proclamation 2039 March 6, 1933 -- The Banking Crisis

The Emergency Banking Relief Act March 9, 1933 and Franklin D. Roosevelt's First Fireside Chat March 12, 1933 -- Launching the Civilian Conservation Corps -- Emergency Conservation Work Act March 31, 1933 and Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 6101 April 5, 1933 -- Abandoning the Gold Standard -- Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 6102 April 5, 1933 -- Helping the American Farmer -- Agricultural Adjustment Act May 12, 1933 -- Muscle Shoals Revisited -- Tennessee Valley Authority Act May 18, 1933 -- Regulating Industry -- National Industrial Recovery Act June 16, 1933

Creating the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -- The Glass-Steagall Emergency Banking Act June 22, 1933 -- ""With the Civilian Conservation Corps"" -- American Forests: Magazine of the American Forestry Association July 1933 -- ""The Teacher Faces the Depression"" -- Eunice Langdon, Nation Magazine August 16, 1933 -- ""The Necessity of Profound Change"" -- John Maynard Keynes, ""An Open Letter to President Roosevelt"" December 31, 1933 -- Regulating the Stock Market -- Securities Exchange Act of 1934 June 6, 1934 -- The Defeat of the National Recovery Administration

A. L. A. Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States May 27, 1935

Presents documents illustrating the Great Depression crisis and the New Deal response that enables readers to witness the clash of conservatism and liberalism in a time of crisis Offers essays and notes that explain the documents-which include posters, articles, speeches, and court decisions-in the context of historical events Provides a timeline that creates a background setting for a documentary history Contrasts the ideas and actions of President Hoover against those of President Roosevelt

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Mario R. DiNunzio is emeritus professor of history at Providence College, RI.

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