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Ch 35: Understanding the Great Depression in America

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Boost your confidence before an upcoming exam by reviewing this chapter's lessons on the Great Depression in America. Our video lessons cover all the important topics related to this subject so you can fully prepare for test day.

Understanding the Great Depression in the America - Chapter Summary

This engaging chapter covers the Great Depression in America and related historical events from this era. Our short lessons outline the causes of the Great Depression, including the Wall Street Crash of 1929. You'll also study Franklin D. Roosevelt and the first 100 days of the first New Deal. This chapter is designed to help you:

  • Describe the role of President Herbert Hoover during the Great Depression
  • Explain how Roosevelt's Second New Deal differed from the first
  • Outline Roosevelt's foreign policy before WWII

Even the toughest topics are easy to understand with our short, easy-to-use video lessons. Each lesson is followed by a quiz to help you identify any areas that require more study. If you need to go back and review any of the topics from a video lesson, use the video tabs feature to jump directly to the section you wish to see. Feel free to reach out to an instructor for help if you get stuck along the way.

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