Roosevelt called his program to reform the nation’s economy during the Great Depression the New Deal. Not only did it bring about major reforms, and introduce tougher regulation of big business, it also set a precedent for greatly expanded federal government involvement in the economy and society. Some of the programs that were initiated had a lasting impact while others were struck down by the Supreme Court. Just as the depression impacted people differently, so did the reforms that were passed during the New Deal.
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John Collier (Native Americans)
A. Analyze and discuss how women, blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans, were impacted by the Depression and New Deal.
B. As part of your analysis and discussion, you must address the long-term legacies of the New Deal
C. and major historical assessments that have been made of it,
D. and if you agree or disagree with these assessments.
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