This accessibly written work provides a wide range of primary documents, offering American history students and teachers alike a handy reference volume that examines all important aspects of the Great Depression and New Dealaa core curriculum topic. By modeling how an expert scholar interacts with primary sources, the book enables readers to pick apart and critically evaluate firsthand the key documents chronicling this major American movement. The book leads with an introductory essay that outlines the scope of the volume, explains how the primary documents were selected, and identifies thematic trends and controversies. Annotations by scholars translate difficult passages into language that is easily comprehensible to modern readers and compare key passages throughout, encouraging the reader to cross-reference documents within the volume and connect the dots between them. Readers will be able to interpret the flow of events during the Great Depression, assess the legislative and executive actions that attempted to deal with the economic crisis, and perceive the differences between the fiscal ideas of Presidents Hoover and Roosevelt.... and after he was stricken with polio she often substituted for him at political gatherings and during election contests. ... When FDR was elected president, she decided to continue writing and speaking on public issues, not a common practice ... The brief essay included here is an example of her concern for womena#39;s rights and the role of women in society. It appeared in Home Magazine in march 1932.
|Title||:||Great Depression and New Deal, The: Documents Decoded|
|Author||:||Mario R. DiNunzio|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2014-07-23|