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Great Depression/New Deal Political Cartoon Analysis

Great Depression/New Deal Political Cartoon Analysis
Great Depression/New Deal Political Cartoon Analysis
Great Depression/New Deal Political Cartoon Analysis
Great Depression/New Deal Political Cartoon Analysis
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This assignment includes two political cartoons that analyze the New Deal, which was the primary driving legislation force behind Franklin Roosevelt's attempts to end the Great Depression through job creation and government intervention. The included cartoons both analyze viewpoints critical of FDR's administration including his relationship with the Constitution and the effectiveness of the programs themselves. The assignment page includes boxes for students to list out characters, actions, and objects present in the cartoon and a space where students are asked to make inferences after analyzing the structure of the cartoon. This assignment works well to illustrate opposition to FDR's administration and can be used as a supplemental piece, a practice guide to analyzing political cartoons in general, or a springboard to a discussion on the role of the President in government involvement.
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