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Collier proposed the Abolition of allotment and the establishment of the Indians self-government and the preservation of the ' 'Indian civilization ' ' that includes their arts, crafts, and traditions. The ' 'New Deal ' ' was not a good deal because some Indians liked the ideal but some did not. A lot of the tribes voted to accept Reorganization Act and The Navajos turned out the deal. I
Next came the industrial reforms, which started with the National Recovery Administration that gave employers strict rules for their treatment of their workers. The NRA also tried to create jobs and an economy by starting public works projects. By the second New Deal, there were numerous administrations, as depicted by Document C. The New Deal also introduced the concept of Social Security and Welfare in 1935. Both would act as a safety valve for Americans, as they could be confident that the government would take care of them if they needed it. Social security and welfare were highly advertised by the Social Security board as a way to comfort distressed Americans, who were devastated by their predicament (Document E).
In conjunction with the actions made around that time, the American Indian Movement was a Native American organization founded in 1968 to protest government policies and injustices Native Americans suffered. They staged protests demanding greater tribal self-government and the restoration of economic resources guaranteed in treaties (Foner, 1015). The protest lasted into 1971, and created the Red Power movement to reclaim what was once their own native territory. Indian tribes would win greater control over education and economic development on the
The people who did grasp their money spent less on items that they needed because prices skyrocketed, which in return got people getting laid off from their jobs, worsening the economy and losing even more money. Then, the environment started to play a role. Major dust storms swept through the prairies, leaving farmers with no crops and no ways to get food or make money. These additional effects to the stock market crash made the banks take people’s belongings, homes, vehicles, and anything that they had. The future looked bleak during this time for many.
He said the alienation the father felt is similar to that many Native Americans feel. After being stripped of their land, culture, and heritage many of the native people find themselves in a deep depression. They are alienated from everything that was once theirs, and this leads them to have a desire to escape their mental torture. Unfortunately, the escape path is mainly through alcohol. Alexie said many of his friends have died from alcohol abuse, and it is devastating the Native American society who as a result suffers from the highest suicide rate among any ethnic group in the United States.
he Great Depression was a time of huge economic downfall. During this time period people lost their homes, money, and everything they had ever earned. Millions of people were affected, including the middle and lower classes, who would just become poorer. People in upper classes, even dropped to the lower class. This downfall began on October 29, 1929, and the leading cause was the crash of the stock market.
The book will challenge students to understand how Reconstruction changed the lives and society of both the common white and African-Americans in the South. Lastly, the monograph supports the class’ philosophy of cultural history as it examines African-Americans in the Southern states. Students will use their knowledge of cultural history to analyze the conflicts and violence that rose between both white and African-Americans living in the South. The final two monographs were chosen for the course as the display the changes in American society amongst women, African-Americans, and other marginal groups. Homeward Bound: American Families in the Cold War Era and America Divided: The Civil War of the 1960’s will task students in evaluating the changes in the American in Post-World War II America.
In all this frenzy the United States Securities Regulation agencies could have shut down the market but they feared that would only spread more fear and could have led to a violent display of the emotions of the public. Finally came Black Tuesday (29 October, 1929) by when the markets had most certainly crashed and around $25 billion ( $319 billion in today's dollars) and 15,000 miles of ticker tape paper had been lost. Stocks continued to fall till 13 November, 1929. The depression had set in by then and had already started spreading in great intensity to the rest of the