US History

  1. 3. addressing problems caused by industrialization, urbanization, immigration, and political corruption
  2. 5. The current generation of workers would pay into a fund while the retirees would take in a monthly stipend. Upon reaching the age of 65, individuals would start receiving payments based upon the amount contributed over the years.
  3. 7. provide for the safer use of the assets of banks, regulate interbank control,prevent the undue diversion of funds into speculative operations.
  4. 9. the decade of the 1920s a period of economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States and Europe, particularly in major cities
  5. 12. a series of radio broadcasts made by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt to the nation
  6. 14. gave $3 billion to state and local governments for direct relief payments for people without jobs.
  7. 15. a person who keeps money in a bank account.
  8. 16. first worldwide intergovernmental organization to maintain world peace.
  9. 18. severe worldwide economic depression tduring the 1930s
  10. 19. help farmers attempted to raise farm prices to a level equitable to the years 1909-14.
  11. 20. series of programs,projectsregulations enacted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
  1. 1. depositors in member banks were given the security of knowing the federal government would refund their losses.
  2. 2. program was aimed at employing unemployed unmarried men
  3. 4. hired actors to perform plays across the land.
  4. 6. employed nearly 9 million Americans.
  5. 8. allowed any farmer to buy back a lost farm at a law price over six years at only one percent interest.
  6. 10. passed in March 1933 refinanced many mortgages in danger of going unpaid.
  7. 11. program employed 2.5 million in a month's time, and eventually grew to a multitudinous 4 million at its peak
  8. 13. empowered the President to reopen banks that were solvent and assist those that were not.
  9. 17. national treasury of the federal government of the United States where it serves as an executive department.