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New Deal program that financed old-age pensions, unemployment insurance, and other forms of income assistance

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The new union group that organized large numbers of unskilled workers with the help of the Wagner Act and the National Labor Relations Board

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New Deal agency established to provide a public watchdog against deception and fraud in stock trading

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Organization of wealthy Republicans and conservative Democrats whose attacks on the New Deal caused Roosevelt to denounce them as “economic royalists” in the campaign of 1936

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Sharp economic downturn of 1937-1938 that New Deal critics blamed on the president

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Roosevelt’s scheme for gaining Supreme Court approval of New Deal legislation

16.

Law of 1939 that prevented federal officials from engaging in campaign activities or using federal relief funds for political purposes

Kennedy Ch. 33 Homework Packet

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D. Matching People, Places, and Events Match the person, place, or event in the left column with the proper description in the right column by inserting the correct letter on the blank line.

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  • 1.

    Franklin D. Roose

  • 2.

    Eleanor Roosevelt

  • 3.

    Banking holiday

  • 4.

    Harry Hopkins

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  • 5.

    Father Coughlin

  • 6.

    Huey (“Kingfish”) Long

  • 7.

    Schechter case

  • 8.

    Harold Ickes

  • 9.

    John Steinbeck

  • A.

    Republican who carried only two states against “The Champ” in 1936

  • B.

    The “microphone messiah” of Michigan whose mass radio appeals turned anti-New Deal and anti-Semitic

  • C.

    Writer whose best-selling novel portrayed the suffering of dust bowl “Okies” in the Thirties

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    Supreme Court justice whose “switch in time” to support New Deal legislation helped undercut FDR’s Court- packing scheme

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    Presidential wife who became an effective lobbyist for the poor during the New Deal

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    Louisiana senator and popular mass agitator who promised to make “every man a king” at the expense of the wealthy

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    Former New York governor who roused the nation to action against the depression with his appeal to the “forgotten man”

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    Roosevelt’s secretary of labor, America’s first female cabinet member

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    Prominent 1930s social scientist who argued that each culture produced its own type of personality

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