He thought the business cycle would correct itself.
to protect prices on american goods
they believed it made government too powerful
The relationship between the national government and the people changed drastically as a result of the New Deal. The government took on a greater role in the everyday social and economic lives of the people. FDR's fireside chats gave the population hope that things would improve. While many criticised the New Deal measures, a few acts stood out and were supported, eventually, even by most all critics. Social Security, the CCC, the TVA, and the RFC proved to be beneficial.
to help keep the money circulating in the great deppression
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They welcomed him cause he set up a dictatorship weary of strikes and riots
people saw racism go from bad to worse during the depression blacks and people fro other ethnic groups within society suffer to the extremes because whatever little help there was out there it was definitely not given to them they were the first to get fired from jobs and were often in the lower social classes so were the last to get help. they were also still treated bad by the whites in society so things did not get better for them.
History caused businesses houses to close down of not allow employment, factories shut down an banks failed,farms income fell down to 50 percent and by 1932 approximately were unemployed.
When it first opened, the Warner Theatre charged $0.25 for a matinee ticket, $0.40 for an evening ticket, and $0.15 for children. Except for the price of kids' tickets dropping permanently to $0.10 a little later on, this pricing scheme was to remain fairly constant throughout the entire Depression.
A number of films dealt with this topic, hardly entertaining. the obvious answer is The Grapes of Wrath, which starred Henry Fonda. There was also a picture called Spencer"s Mountain which also featured Mr. Fonda and was believed to have been the prototype of(the Waltons) That"s the serious side. It may be argued that The Beverly Hillbillies was a comedic take-off on (grapes) and many kids in my High School English class saw the obvious paralells. (Jed and Joad) Beat up truck, mixture of old timers(Grannie) and young"Uns and California migration- Beverly Hillbilllies was in a sense a (Tragedy Inversion) of a very grave novel. ( Grannie died in Grapes, e.g.)
They used to ride trains,wagons or walk.
Miranda Washinawatok, a Menominee girl and seventh grader at Sacred Heart Catholic Academy in Shawano, Wisconsin, has become an extremely famous person in the past few months (February to May 2012). Her story has appeared in newspapers and media reports around the world and a huge petition has been signed by people inside the USA and in many other countries.
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New Zealand suffered during the Great Depression because the New Zealand economy relies largely on exports. During the depression there was no demand for any of the products we have to export, and therefore there was no circulation of money.
Writers and artists captured the effects of the Great Depression by portraying the people. Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath is a stark picture of a family of 'Okies' moving to California.
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This was in a 1928 Republican National Committee advertisement supporting Herbert Hoover. They were not saying Hoover would provide the chicken, but that he would continue the policies of the previous Republican administration which had lead the nation back to prosperity and "put a chicken in every pot, and a car in every backyard, to boot."
The Depression did have some sort of effect on the African Americans, but not as much as the White people.
During the Great Depression, the African Americans explored more in the arts and literature part of life. They introduced a new type of music to the world... Jazz. They had been somewhat succesful during this time.
è Singapore depended largely on entrepot trade for its growth
è With lack of trading activities, companies in Singapore had much less trade and profit than before due to international drop in demand for tin and rubber
è Companies had to cut costs by retrenching workers to prevent suffering from incurring more losses
è Many rich merchants who invested in overseas trade also lost their wealth or became bankrupt
è There was widespread unemployment, hardship and poverty
è Many shops left empty for many months, nobody wanted to rent them to incur more losses
è Due to limited jobs available, hundreds of people would apply for vacant jobs.
è By 1931, 1/3 of the population was out of job
è Those able to keep their jobs, government passed a law in 1930 to either restrict and reduce immigrants entering Singapore, esp unskilled Chinese laborers or reduce pay of remaining workers
è When immigrants no longer able to earn money, they will return to their homeland, government had extra burden, because they had to arrange for them to return home
è Government had to use tax payers money of Singaporeans to send them back home