opponents of the new flyer
- william lemke , congress who ran a third-party presidential campaign against Roosevelt in 1936 on the ad hoc union party
the rise of unions
last phase of the new deal
- required union leader to swear that they were not communist , the C.I.O supported Franklin d. Roosevelt and the new deal coital and was open to Americans
life during the depression
-The prisoners had more fresh food than than the modern citizen .
-Americans business interests and gave ever-greater control to the control government
-During the economic boom of the Roaring Twenties, the traditional values of rural America were challenged by the Jazz Age, symbolized by women smoking, drinking, and wearing short skirts. The average American was busy buying automobiles and household appliances, and speculating in the stock market, where big money could be made. Those appliances were bought on credit, however. Although businesses had made huge gains — 65 percent — from the mechanization of manufacturing, the average worker’s wages had only increased 8 percent.