Labor History in America

Great Depression and New Deal

Read and listen: Dubofsky and Dulles, chapters 13-16 and 17 (pp. 286-292);

Dorothea Lange’s “Migrant Mother” Photographs in the Farm Security Administration Collection, Library of Congress,

“Protecting Workers by Supporting Unions: National Labor Relations Act, 1935, Wagner Act,” in Mario R. DiNunzio, Documents Decoded: The Great Depression and New Deal, pp. 191-196,

Read at least 3 life histories of Americans during the Great Depression, in “American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writer’s Project, 1936-1939,”

FDR speech on the eve of the 1936 election, 31 October 1936, at Madison Square Garden:

1936 presidential election map by county:
Write: How did the Second New Deal and the CIO address workers needs in the mid-1930s and what were the political outcomes of this alliance between the Democratic Party and the industrial union movement?

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