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Final Review

by: Erica Strom

Final Review 20038

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West Civilization since 1648
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Date Created: 02/04/16
Congress passed this act in 1933 which created the AA Administration The federal agency was intent upon paying farmers to reduce production levels in an attempt to raise commodity prices Indeed prices had risen by 1935 but not all because of the New Deal Act The droughts in the Midwestern plains that caused the major dust bowls forced many families to abandon their farms and many crops died in the process which helped increase the prices of crops Once FDR passed away Harry Truman became president and declared that the United States would offer aid to any democratic nation being threatened by communism This doctrine that came about in 1947 changed America s stance on international affairs and got us involved in the cold war starting with our aid to Turkey and Greece due to Britain resigning their helping af liations with Greece The doctrine was followed by George Kennan39s idea of containment which would later become America s method of ghting the war against communism This was caused by over farming and not enough rain in the 19305 The Dust Bowl occurred as America was struggling to pull itself out of the Great Depression Many families were forced to move off of their farms because year after year no crops were able to sustain the dry dirty winds that blew across the plains Tennessee Valley Authority was designed to provide electrical power ood control and jobs to the poorest region in the nation due to the Great Depression It was created in 1933 by Congress to serve 7 eastern states total The power provided by the government corporation was able to transform farmers from the age of kerosene to the age of electricity FDR created the New Deal to help Americans out of the depression by creating government jobs attempting to remedy the immediate banking crisis and restore prosperity to American families


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