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Students will learn:
- President's Roosevelt's First New Deal
- President Roosevelt and the Second New Deal
- Labor relations and collective bargaining
- Social Security legislation
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1. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the First New Deal: The First 100 Days
President Franklin Roosevelt's first New Deal program represented an aggressive legislative campaign to relieve American suffering and end the Great Depression. Learn more about the first 100 days of the New Deal.
2. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Second New Deal
President Franklin Roosevelt's second New Deal represented a more conservative approach to battling the Great Depression. Learn more about the program, including its legislation and legacy.
3. Collective Bargaining: Definition and Labor Relations Legislation
The National Labor Relations Act established the National Labor Relations Board and required employers to use collective bargaining. This lesson explains these labor law concepts.
4. Social Security: Legislation and Issues
Passed as part of the New Deal in 1935, the Social Security Act established benefits for retired and unemployed people. This lesson generally explains the Social Security Act and the Federal Insurance Contributions Act.
5. Franklin Roosevelt's Second Term as President
In four years, the United States went from utter economic ruin to being the economic powerhouse that would power the Allies to victory over the Axis powers. This lesson explains how that was possible during FDR's second term.
6. The Legacy of the New Deal
In what was, until that time, one of the largest government spending projects in history, the New Deal drastically changed the American landscape. This lesson takes a look at the legacy of the programs of the New Deal.
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Other chapters within the Glencoe U.S. History - The American Vision: Online Textbook Help course
- Chapter 1: Creating a Nation (Beginnings - 1789)
- Chapter 2: Growth and Conflict (1789 - 1877)
- Chapter 3: The Birth of Modern America (1877 - 1900)
- Chapter 4: Becoming a World Power (1872 - 1912)
- Chapter 5: The Progressive Movement (1890 - 1919)
- Chapter 6: World War I and Its Aftermath (1914 - 1920)
- Chapter 7: The Jazz Age (1921 - 1929)
- Chapter 8: Normalcy and Good Times (1921 - 1929)
- Chapter 9: The Great Depression Begins (1929 - 1932)
- Chapter 11: A World in Flames (1931 - 1941)
- Chapter 12: America and World War II (1941 - 1945)
- Chapter 13: The Cold War Begins (1945 - 1960)
- Chapter 14: Postwar American (1945 - 1960)
- Chapter 15: The New Frontier and the Great Society (1961 - 1968)
- Chapter 16: The Civil Rights Movement (1954 - 1968)
- Chapter 17: The Vietnam War (1954 - 1975)
- Chapter 18: The Politics of Protest (1960 - 1980)
- Chapter 19: Politics and Economics (1971 - 1980)
- Chapter 20: Resurgence of Conservatism (1980 - 1992)
- Chapter 21: Into a New Century (1991 - Present)