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The Second New Deal: Definition & Programs

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The Works Progress Administration was responsible for employing how many Americans?

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1. The Social Security Act provided benefits for all of the following people, except:

2. Collective bargaining is when:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Franklin D. Roosevelt initially created what was called The New Deal to reform the United States banking system. But what was the Second New Deal about? Quiz questions will test your understanding of the results of these policies.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Quiz questions will test your understanding of the following information:

  • Works Progress Administration
  • Social Security Act
  • Collective bargaining
  • Why the Second New Deal was created
  • Average earnings of WPA workers

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use your understanding of the events that led up to the creation of the Second New Deal
  • Information Recall - access your knowledge about the average wages of the WPA
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge regarding collective bargaining to answer quiz questions

Additional Learning

The lesson called The Second New Deal: Definition & Programs will allow students to learn more about the following:

  • Hundred Days
  • WPA road construction project
  • The 1929 economic crisis
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