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Date:9/30/2014 3:51:12 AM
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Hi Pico
The Great Depression 36-40

36. In spite of the New Deal and the “Indian New Deal” of 1934, most Native Americans remained bitterly poor during the Great Depression. The “Indian New Deal” (which was also called the Indian Reorganization Act) was a complex and multi-faceted legislation which reversed the Dawes Severalty Act of 1887 and granted tribes more autonomy.

37. Discrimination during the Great Depression against women was common, both officially and unofficially, because they were seen as taking away jobs from men.

38. While the Great Depression affected most of the country, up to 40% of the country never faced real hardship during those years. During the Great Depression, nearly 1.5 million women were abandoned by their husbands.

39. The Great Depression changed the family in several ways. Many couples delayed marriage, and divorce rates and birth rates dropped. Some men also abandoned their families; a 1940 poll revealed that 1.5 million married women were abandoned by their husbands.

40. In 1936, main economic indicators (except unemployment) regained the levels of the late 1920s...but after the federal government cut spending with the expectation that the private sector would step in, the economy took another sharp downturn until WWII.

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