Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal, 1932-1940 Topics for Discussion

William E. Leuchtenburg
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What were the problems that Hoover faced in the election of 1932?

What was the situation that Roosevelt stepped into when he became president?

What was the New Deal? How did the term come into being?

What was the problem in agriculture? What programs did the government implement to solve the problem and bring some stability to the agricultural sector?

Explain the meaning of the Codes of Fair Practice? How did they function? What was the goal?

What was the NRA and why was it declared unconstitutional?

Why can the Roosevelt era be said to represent a period of transition from classical economics to Keynesian economics?

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