Unable to help themselves the American public looked to the Federal Government.
Although the 1920s appeared on the surface to be a prosperous time, income was unevenly distributed.
The wealthy made large profits, but more and more Americans spent more than they earned, and farmers faced low prices and heavy debt.
Although you should briefly summarize how the evidence supports your thesis and how it outweighs the contradictory evidence, you should also use the conclusion to consider the larger implications of your topic.
The depression was caused by a number of serious weaknesses in the economy.
Early on in his administration he assembled the best minds in the country to advise him.
This group of men were known as the '.' Within one hundred days the President, his advisors and the U. Congress passed into law a package of legislation designed to help lift the troubled Nation out of the Depression.Farm prices fell so drastically that many farmers lost their homes and land. Faced with this disaster, families split up or migrated from their homes in search of work.'' (named after President Hoover, as an insult), shanty towns constructed of packing crates, abandoned cars and other cast off scraps sprung up across the Nation.America's unemployed were on the move, but there was really nowhere to go. Factories closed; mills and mines were abandoned; fortunes were lost.American business and labor were both in serious trouble.The result, with its shade trees, waterfalls, and quiet alcoves, feels more like a secluded garden than a traditional memorial.Walls of red South Dakota granite define the memorial’s outdoor rooms and the passageways connecting them.On the eve of World War II, unemployment rates still hovered around twenty percent and industrial production remained stagnant.Although the New Deal did not end the Depression, it was a success in restoring public confidence and creating new programs that brought relief to millions of Americans.A few of the more significant of these New Deal programs was the CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) which gave jobs to unemployed youths and to improve the environment, the WPA (Works Progress Administration) gave jobs to thousands of unemployed in everything from construction to the arts, and the NRA (National Recovery Administration) drew up regulations and codes to help revitalize industry.Later on came the creation of the Social Security System, unemployment insurance and more agencies and programs designed to help Americans during times of economic hardship. Despite all the President's efforts and the courage of the American people, the Depression hung on until 1941, when America's involvement in the Second World War resulted in the drafting of young men into military service, and the creation of millions of jobs in defense and war industries.