​The Great Depression: The Road to Rock Bottom

​The Great Depression: The Road to Rock Bottom

The Great Depression: The Road to Rock Bottom

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Herbert HooverBonus Army

Red CrossDouglas McArthur

“Pretty Boy” FloydFranklin Delano Roosevelt

  1. What area of the U.S. was hit the hardest by the Depression?
  1. Why did “Pretty Boy” Floyd become a national hero?
  1. How did “Pretty Boy” Floyd meet his end?
  1. What was the role of the Red Cross during the Depression?
  1. Why was Pres. Hoover reluctant to give government aid to the people?
  1. What was “Hoover Ball”?
  1. Why did the World War I veterans march on Washington D.C.?
  1. What was the “Death March”?
  1. Why did the Senate refuse to pass the Bonus Bill?
  1. What did Roosevelt promise that won him the 1932 presidential election?

 

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1.    What area of the U.S. was hit the hardest by the Depression?
At first, the Great Depression affected heavily the industrialized states, however, in the US the great depression hit the farming areas hardest. The following were the worst hit states Arkansan, Colorado, Oklahoma, part of Texas and portion of New Mexico (Terkel, 2011).
2.    Why did “Pretty Boy” Floyd become a national hero?…………………..

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