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FC: #32 Franklin D. Roosevelt Holly Waide
1: #32 Franklin D. Roosevelt Holly Waide
2: -The stock market crash of 1929 leading to the Great Depression -unemployment up to 50% in the United States -serious racism and prejudice -unions had lost 20 million members -isolationism to rebuild the country | "A day which will live in infamy."
3: -World War II - conservation of resources and materials during war time -Pearl Harbor Dec. 1, 1941 -revert from isolationism -women in the work force -African Americans in the work force and continuing for equality
4: -two days after inauguration FDR closed all banks and called congress to special session passing the Emergency Banking Act of 1993 -First 100 Days legislation -The New Deal -Fireside Chats
5: - Good neighbor Policy- non interference with Latin America -Lend Lease Act- loaning weapons to those in war -Executive Order 9066- allowing the removal of Japanese Americans on the Pacific Coast -Established the National Youth Administration within the WPA to employ people fairly by gender
6: -First 100 days legistlation: Agricultural Administration Act Federal Emergency Relief Administration Civil Works Administration Works Progress Administration -Established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
7: -Fair Employment Practices Committee -August 14, 1935 signed the Social Security Act -Planned the United Nations | "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself."