Tariffs on foreign goods
The availability of easy credit
A growing number of homeless people
A crisis in the farm sector
Thick layers of prairie grasses
Overproduction of crops
By closing banks
By lowering foreign tariffs
By funding handouts of food and clothing
By asking businesses not to lay off employees
World War I veterans and their families
Farmers forced off their land by dust storms
Unemployed industrial workers and their families
Business and labor leaders who agreed to work together
Purchasing the stock outside the regular stock exchange
Buying the stock for someone else
Paying less than the market price of the stock
Borrowing money to help pay for the stock
Many children had a poor diet.
Many families became homeless.
Many men became unemployed.
Many people started farming.
Trust in Hoover
Disgust with Hoover
Grudging respect for Hooover
Children who were malnourished
People who committed suicide
Women who worked outside the home
Men who stood in bread lines
Separation of church and state
The golden rule
Direct government relief
Grew to like President Hoover.
Became risk takers in the stock market.
Developed habits of saving and thriftiness.
Came to believe in small government.
Hoover's reelection as president.
A dramatic drop in world trade
More demand for American manufactured goods.
An unequal distribution of income in the United States.
Both individuals and businesses built up large debts because of easy credit.
Tariffs on foreign imports were lowered.
The federal government did not insure people's bank accounts.
The stock market crashed.
He called the first meeting of the "Brain Trust."
He proposed a reorganization of the Supreme Court.
He closed all of the nation's banks and ordered inspections.
He established the Civil Works Administration to provide job relief.
Regulate the stock market
Deregulate the nation's banking system
Decrease prices of farm goods
Increase crop production
Social Security Act
Fair Labor Standards Act
National Labor Relations Act
Works Progress Administration
to increase farm production
To raise prices of farm products
To provide pensions for retired farmers
To encourage more people to enter farming
Social Security Act
Emergency Banking Relief Act
National Industrial Recovery Act
She served as a cabinet member.
She focused on being an excellent hostess.
She was an important advisor on foreign policy.
She was an important advisor on domestic policy.