FDR AND THE FIRST HUNDRED DAYS
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Sources show what the 1930s were like for ordinary Americans, and also present differing views about FDR and the First Hundred Days. Secondary sources offer opposite assessments of the New Deal, one seeing it as positive and the other negative. Concluding exercises have students consider questions such as "How did the First Hundred Days change the nation? How fundamental were these changes, and in what ways did some things change little or not at all?"
This title is part of the series: THE HISTORIAN'S APPRENTICE