Prosperity and Depression

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  1. Aim: How did the social changes of the 1920s demonstrate a conflict between “traditional” and “modern” values?

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2. Aim: Are restrictions of civil liberties justified by fears about national security?

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3. Aim: What does it mean when we say that the US constitution is a living document?

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4. Aim: How can poetry serve as a primary source to better understand the culture, mindset, or atmosphere of a historical era or time period?

 

 

5. Aim: What can we learn about the economy and the Great Depression from examining economic statistics?

 

6. Aim: How did Federal response to the Great Depression differ from Hoover to FDR?

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7. Aim: How closely is the environment & economy related? How do the two forces interact? How do they depend on each other? How does their relationship impact the United States?

 

8. Aim: What were the Programs of the New Deal?