Posted by: Ed Darrell | February 14, 2012

FDR’s “100 Days” (2012 version)

The FDR Library in Hyde Park has an exhibit on FDR’s legendary First 100 Days. The exhibit had a great flyer — but now in 2012 I can’t find it at it’s old url, alas (if you find it, holler, please!).  In a few pages, it offered a good overview that every student should know about the 100 Days.

That New Deal, cartoon by Hungerford (1933?)

Cartoon by Hungerford, probably from 1933

A 24-page guide to the exhibit is still available, with even more details. Go look at the document — download it, or print out a copy. This is great material, rich with graphics that will help you remember key points, and solid enrichment to make better AP essays.  It includes some document originals, cartoons and other images fun to study.

Which program was the most important to come out of the first 100 Days?

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  2. Who invented The New Deal?
    And why is it that important that it got known?

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