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Political Responses to the New Deal in the United States Note-Taking Exercise

Political Responses to the New Deal in the United States Note-Taking Exercise
Product Description
This note-taking exercise is designed to encourage students to look at the political responses and challenges FDR encountered as he attempted to introduce New Deal legislation and lead the United States through the Great Depression. Students are required to examine the impact that Huey P. Long, Fr. Charles Coughlin, and Dr. Murray Townsend had on FDR's White House. At the bottom of the exercise is a list of sources (i.e., textbooks) that are commonly used in high school history courses.
Total Pages
1 page
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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